Visiting a loved one at Lower Farm Nursing Home from 17th May 2021




As from the 19th July 2021 the Government has announced that the Five Nominated Persons rules have been removed and all residents will be able to have loved ones enter the home for visiting. However, a maximum of two visitors will be allowed at any one time or any given day (limits do not apply to very young children) to visit their loved one inside the home in a pre-allocated location. ALL visits are by appointment only. A lateral Flow Test (LFD) MUST be carried out 30 minutes prior to the appointed visiting time. Taking of your temperature and completion of required declaration forms will also be required prior to the visit so please allow up to one hour for the LFD testing and your visit. Full PPE must continue to be worn during the visit and nominated persons may wish to hold hands but must minimise physical contact and refrain from hugging and kissing. Details as to our visiting policy are available to download via the link below. A copy of this policy will be displayed in the pre-allocated location within the home.


To book your visit

Tel: 01553 671027

and select Option 2




Reviewed: 22.07.2021




Revised 15.07.2021


A statement from Archers HealthCare Ltd.

Introducing the Visitors POD at Lower Farm Nursing Home


Archers Healthcare Ltd. is delighted to announce the introduction of the Lower Farm Nursing Home Visitors POD. This is an indoor, self-contained POD which will allow a member(s)* of a resident’s family or friend to visit their loved ones.


The POD is accessed from the outside and will allow you to view and talk to your loved one from behind a Perspex Screen. Hand Sanitiser and cleaning products will be provided as you will be required to sanitise the POD after your visit. 


*The POD will only accommodate a maximum of two people at any one time and each visit will be a maximum of 30 minutesAll visits must be booked in advance by calling Tel.: 01553 671027 and selecting option 2 from the menu after 10.30am.


Upon arrival at Lower Farm Nursing Home and before entering this POD you will need to have your temperature taken by a member of the Nursing or Care Staff and complete the provided Declaration and Track and Trace Forms. Both forms will need to be handed it to a member of the Nursing or Care Staff prior to entering the POD.


On entering and leaving the POD, you must clean your hands with the Hand Sanitiser provided.

On completion of your visit, prior to leaving the POD you will need to clean the chairs and the door handles with the cleaning products provided.


Please Note: Refreshments will not be provided but you are welcome to bring refreshments for your own consumption.


Important Notice: This facility is provided as long as Lower Farm Nursing Home remains COVID-19 Free. If the Covid-19 status of this home changes then the use of this facility will be reviewed.

If you require any further information then please do not hesitate to call us.


Tracey Catlin

Registered Manager

Revised 15.07.2021



Press Release


Lower Farm Nursing Home under New Care Management

24th April,2017


Lower Farm is under new care management, effective from 24th of April,2017.The providers are Archers Healthcare Services Limited.


Tina Moore is the registered Manager of Lower Farm . Cathryn Stent is our new Clinical lead.



Lower Farm Nursing Home

126 Grimston Road

South Wootton

King’s Lynn


PE30 3PB



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