Cuerden Hall is a Sue Ryder specialist neurological care centre based near Preston in Lancashire. We care for people aged 18 and over who have life-changing conditions affecting the brain and nervous system. We are here for people with degenerative conditions that get worse over time – such as multiple sclerosis and Huntington’s – as well as those with acquired conditions resulting from a brain or spinal injury or stroke.

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  • Our care

    Our dedicated staff help residents feel at home during their stay  

  • Our facilities

    We have a range of specialist facilities, including a sensory room  

  • Our staff...

    ...are passionate about caring for our residents.  

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Sue Ryder - Cuerden Hall Shady Lane Bamber Bridge Preston, Lancashire PR5 6AZ
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Call us on:

01772 627 374

or email with your enquiry

Our care services

We offer a huge range of support, from long-term residential care in our 36-bed care centre, to day services to help people remain independent at home. And our rehabilitative services can help people to improve or regain their abilities. Whether we’re supporting people in the community through our day services or in residential care, our focus is on making sure they live their lives as fully as possible. 

Meet the team

  • Terry Mears

    Care Centre Director

    I am passionate about person-centred care and support and believe people want a life not a service. I have had 30 years’ experience in health and social care managing and leading direct care services, social work teams and commissioning teams. The team at Sue Ryder are committed to person-centred care and support and we look to challenge ourselves on our values, culture, practice and how we truly can enable all of the people we support have the best life they can within the resources they have.

  • Sue Devlin

    Head of Care Services

    I have a wealth of nursing experience having worked in health and social care for over 30 years for the NHS, private and voluntary organisations. I joined Sue Ryder in 2000, and within my current role I manage a dedicated team of nurses and therapists who deliver high quality, person-centered care to our residents. I feel privileged to be in a position where, by putting our residents and those who matter to them at the heart of everything we do, we are truly able to make a difference to people’s lives.

  • Nicola Murray

    Head of Support Services

    As Head of Support Services I am responsible for a whole range of service delivery. I work with a dedicated team to deliver efficient and effective non-clinical services, including Team Leaders, Senior Care Assistants, Care Assistants, Catering, Hospitality, Finance, Administration and Maintenance. I have over 17 years’ experience in education and health and social care and bring a wealth of knowledge and experience to the role. I am trained in and dedicated to NLP, counselling, mentoring and coaching to achieve the potential in any situation, and person-centred care is something I am passionate about. It is a privilege to work at Cuerden Hall and exciting to be part of the development of our future services.

  • Kim Haworth

    Change Manager

    My role is wide and varied but in a nutshell I am responsible for supporting the staff team to ensure that the residents have the most person-centred care and support that we can provide. I feel very privileged to be undertaking this role as it gives me a real opportunity to make a positive difference the delivery of all services at Cuerden Hall.

How to get referred and funding information

We have an open referral system for all of our services, for more information please call 01772 627 374 or email

Your local authority or NHS may cover some or all of the costs of care. You can find information on options for care funding on the NHS Choices website

What people say about our care

Because of Sue Ryder I am a valued as an individual and not as an invalid.
Gill Resident at Cuerden Hall

Frequently asked questions

Q. "What is a neurological condition?"

A. "Conditions affecting the brain and nervous system. This includes degenerative conditions which get worse over time, and acquired conditions resulting from a brain or spinal injury or stroke."

Case Studies Profile

Gill's story

"Because of Sue Ryder I am valued as an individual and not as an invalid"

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Ted's story

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