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Tye Green Lodge

Tye Green Lodge, Tye Green Village, Harlow, Essex CM18 6QY


Welcome to Tye Green Lodge

Tye Green Lodge is a beautifully designed, purpose built care home located in a quiet residential area in Harlow.

The friendly and welcoming team provide a range of care services for the older person, including residential and specialist dementia care, as well as respite care.

About Tye Green Lodge

About Tye Green Lodge

Within the home you will find a wide range of communal areas including inviting lounges, cosy corners, dining rooms and more.

All bedrooms are en-suite and are fully furnished. Each room benefits from internet connectivity, a telephone point and nurse call system, as well as a television.

If you enjoy the outdoors, the beautifully landscaped gardens at Tye Green Lodge include raised planters and offer the perfect place to do a spot of gardening or simply relax and take in the surroundings. Perfect for the warmer months.

At Tye Green Lodge, there’s always something to do. We have a designated Activity Care Worker who is on hand to plan a wide range of activities for you to enjoy. From arts and crafts and light exercise, to entertainment, and days out.


Our services and facilities

We always aim to offer a full range of services to meet our residents’ needs, whatever they may be. The list below details everything on offer at this home, if you’re looking for something that’s not available here, just give us a call on 01707 393293 to find out if one of our other homes may be better suited to your needs.

Types of care we support

Residential Care
Dementia Care
Respite Care
24 Hour Care
Fully Furnished Rooms
En-Suite With Shower
Best Friends Café
Internet Access/Wi-Fi
Full Activity Programme
Hairdressing Salon
Landscaped Gardens
Rooms Include TV and Personal Telephone Point
Visitor Parking
Disabled Access

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Meet our team


Leon Nyariri
Home Manager
I have worked for Quantum Care for many years starting as a Carer in 2003 and working my way up to Home Manager position.  All I wanted from a young age was to look after people.  I have undertaken various training in Management and Leadership which has given me the knowledge and direction to be effective in my job role.  I believe that people should be cared for in a holistic way taking into account what makes them who they are.  I take pride in championing others to be the best they can be in their job role.  It is important to me that I develop meaningful relationships with residents, staff, relatives and other stakeholders to facilitate working in partnership to benefit everyone involved with the home, mainly the residents.  I see myself as an advocate for the residents making sure that they receive the best care possible, especially those who can no longer communicate their needs or those living with dementia.



Sherrie Wilkinson
Deputy Home Manager
I have worked for the care industry for many years and have undertaken training in management and leadership to improve my knowledge and skills and to develop into a deputy manager. I train staff to enable them to enhance their knowledge and skills, and I also champion staff as I believe there is always room for more development, to ensure our residents receive the highest standard of care. It is very important to me that I develop good relationships with residents, staff, relatives and others as we all aim for the same goal, for our residents to be happy, safe and cared for to the highest standard.


Tessa Adulaja
Chef Manager
I enjoy cooking and interacting with the residents. It’s really good to be able to make food they enjoy eating that also supports their well-being.


Lesley Woods
Housekeeping Manager
The best part of my job is that every day is different. Getting to know the residents and hearing about their lives is lovely as well.



Janet Page
The Administrator will focus on the smooth running of the home; in whatever area they may be needed. From greeting visitors to recruiting, the Administrator is present in many aspects of life in the home, even if you don’t always see them! To be successful in the role, our Administrators have to be flexible and calm, able to multi-task and always keen to take on a new challenge. It’s often the Administrator that brings the IT skills to a home, helping them to keep everything organised. Above that though, Administrators are communicators, able to speak confidently and listen closely to everyone from Managers and Care Workers to visitors and residents.


Elizabeth Noack
I have worked as an administrator for over 20 years in various sectors. I have my NVQ Level 2 and 3 in Business Administration and an NVQ Level 2 in using IT. This is my first time working in a care setting and I love that I can use my many varied administration skills to help residents, families and all my colleagues in the day to day running of the home. I look forward to learning new skills and having many new experiences at Tye Green Lodge. 


Contact us

If you have any questions or concerns, or if you would like to book a visit or enquire about vacancies at the home, please fill out this form and we will contact you as soon as possible.

We aim to respond to each enquiry promptly and will address yours as soon as possible. Please note your preferred mode of contact and any times you may be unavailable to help us respond when is most convenient.

How to find us

Tye Green Lodge, Tye Green Village, Harlow, Essex CM18 6QY

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