Victory Care Home provides a safe and homely environment within a real village community, delivering high-quality care and support for its residents.

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Situated in the heart of Chatham, we are positioned within easy reach of all local amenities such as; convenient stores, GP practice, a library and Chatham high street.

Our home was purpose-built as a care home in 1984 so all our communal spaces and bedrooms are on one accessible floor. Our building is divided into four ‘wings’, all named after ships that were at the Battle of Trafalgar in 1805.

Social activities

We place great emphasis on social activities and maintaining the type of life you have had at home, whether that is a quiet and relaxed lifestyle or an active lifestyle.


At Victory Care Home you will be served freshly prepared home cooked meals by our team of expert chefs. They ensure all our meals are healthy, nutritionally balanced and, most importantly, locally sourced wherever possible. Meals are served in our superb dining room, but you also have the option for food to be served in your room for a more private dining experience.

Nutrition is an important part of the care we provide. That’s why our catering team take time to get to know your likes and dislikes before putting together a vibrant and varied menu for you to choose from.


There are 51 single bedrooms for people living at Victory. All our rooms have ensuites or washbasins in the room. Rooms without ensuites have accessible toilets and bathrooms nearby. Many of the bedrooms look out onto one of our three courtyard gardens.

The bedrooms are a blank canvas for you to personalise with your own photos, pictures and furniture to help you feel at home. It also helps our care team understand what’s important to you, help in building a warm relationship.


We have three lovely enclosed and secure courtyard gardens with planters and raised beds for flowers and vegetables, plus plenty of room to sit out. Our residents love to watch the wildlife in the garden – we have bird feeders and bug hotels. There’s a summerhouse and wind chimes in our sensory garden which is an ideal spot to spend an afternoon relaxing.

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Victory Care Home features

24-hour a day residential and dementia care

Many bedrooms look out onto our beautiful garden

Delicious home-cooked meals with a 5 star food rating

We have a tablet for residents to use to video call family regularly

A variety of choice for daily activities

Multiple spacious communal lounges and dining areas

Rochester and Chatham town minutes away with plenty of shops, restaurants and parks

Beautiful enclosed gardens with outdoor seating

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Frequently asked questions

We’re tucked away on the edge of town, backing on to leafy green areas. There are lots of local amenities on our doorstep, with the high street, two GP surgeries and the library within walking distance. We are around 20 mins from Kent centre.

Our bespoke care and support is available for a single weekly fee. That includes care, accommodation, laundry, meals, housekeeping, social outings and more.

That means no additional charges or hidden fees, just consistent, all-inclusive support for a weekly fee.

If you would like to view our home then don’t hesitate to give us a call 01634 562604 and we would be happy to arrange a no obligation home visit. Alternatively, we have regular coffee mornings where anyone is able to pop in. This is great opportunity to get to know our team and residents.

Once you become a resident at our home, there are no set visiting hours, so your family and friends are free to come and go as much as they want.

Prior to your move in to our home, you’ll receive a free no obligation care assessment so we can understand your care needs and create a care plan that suits you best. Your family is welcome to join this process. This allows us to create a bespoke care package that allows you to have the best quality of life.

Plus, through our portal, you and your loved ones can easily check on your care with real-time updates on medication, nutrition, welfare, and more. Read notes from our care teams and keep tabs on the care you receive—all at the click of a button.

Funding may be available from your local authority. Firstly, they will check how much help and what kind of care you need: this is the needs assessment. Following on from that, the free financial assessment calculates the total cost of care and how much you’ll need to contribute.

If you don’t want a financial assessment you can choose to pay for your care home yourself – this is called self-funding.

Here at Victory we offer tailored 24-hour a day respite care that allows you to continue living life your way with as much support you may need from our care team.

This could be a one-off stay, to give a regular family carer a much-needed break, or a regular arrangement to give you variety in your care. Our personalised care can last as long as you need it to and can start within 24-hours.

Yes, we are delighted to welcome visitors into our home. Once you become a resident at our home, there are no set visiting hours, so your family and friends are free to come and go as much as they want.

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