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RMBI

At the RMBI, we care for older Freemasons and their families as well as some people in the community. Caring has been our way of life since 1842 and we provide a home for over 1,000 people across England and Wales – while supporting many more.

Whether people need residential or nursing care, specialist dementia support or day services, we care for them professionally and kindly. We treat people as individuals – and we work together with everyone to design a care plan that meets their needs and allows them to experience wellbeing and meaningfulness.

Those members of the Masonic community who choose an RMBI Home have the security of knowing that they have a home for life, even if their financial circumstances – as long as we can still support their needs.

The RMBI is one of four central Masonic Charities that support Freemasons and their families through donations from the Masonic community. You can find out more about the support, advice and funding available at: The Freemasons' Grand Charity, Royal Masonic Trust for Girls and Boys, Masonic Samaritan Fund, Freemasonry Cares.

RMBI, 60 Great Queen Street, London WC2B 5AZ 
T: 020 7596 2400; F: 020 7404 0724; E: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. ; W: www.rmbi.org.uk

Devonshire Court was opened on the 2nd of November 1966 by the Late Queen Mother It was the first of the Royal Masonic Benevolent Institution (RMBI) purpose built homes to be opened after a period…

Breath of fresh air

Tuesday, 07 June 2016
The resident DJ Whether it’s writing a book, having a go at volleyball or playing music at a local radio station, RMBI care home residents are discovering new skills in later life. Amy Lewin explores the activities on offer There’s a…
A very large tea party On 16 March, residents and staff at 12 RMBI care homes joined in an attempt to break the record for the world’s largest multi-site tea party RMBI Marketing and Communications…
Highest French honour Two Freemasons, Ray Worrall, a resident at RMBI care home Connaught Court in York, and Bill Doherty from Northumberland, have both been awarded the Chevalier de la Légion d’Honneur – the highest decoration in France – by the French…
Completely at home Last year, 96 per cent of residents said they were happy living in an RMBI care home – a statistic echoed by 93 per cent of relatives.  At the RMBI, care is provided for older…
Care trainer of the year Jane Baldwin, Learning and Development Officer at the RMBI, has received the Care Trainer Award at the 2015 Great British Care Awards, with Sandra Robson runner-up in the Putting People First…
RMBI home’s new sensory bathroom RMBI care home Prince Michael of Kent Court in Watford has unveiled a new sensory bathroom in its dementia support house. An integrated Bluetooth sound system enables music to be played…
Creature comforts From greyhounds to boa constrictors, a menagerie of creatures is now finding its way into RMBI care homes. Sarah Holmes discovers the therapeutic effects that animals can have on those in need Bella the greyhound…
New perspectives on training A pioneering technique in the way carers are trained has been revealed to journalists during a special session at RMBI care home Prince Michael of Kent Court in Watford On 18 June,…
Apprenticeship recognition An RMBI care home in Ecclesholme has received an award for its ongoing work to support students in the local community Each year for the past five years, the RMBI’s Ecclesholme care home in…
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