Strickland's Care Village



Situated overlooking Belfast Loch and the coastal path from Bangor to Holywood, Strickland’s Care Village provides supported living to tenants with a range of care and support needs. The modern purpose-built accommodation comprises of 33 apartments and bungalows as well as an on-site activities centre. Tenants are encouraged to be as independent as they can be and personal choice is promoted so that all can enjoy the best possible quality of life.


Staff at Stricklands are committed to providing an excellent standard of care and support which is person-centred and tailored to tenants own wants and needs. Staff employed at Stricklands are highly skilled and provided with comprehensive training to ensure they are competent to manage tenants complex care needs.


Strickland’s Care Village is a busy environment with a range of activities and events offered on site. Movie nights, art and crafts, coffee mornings and day’s out are just some of what is offered to tenants at Strickland’s. Tenants enjoy being in a community environment and having lots of opportunities to socialise and interact with others as well as having a space for family and friends to visit.

Residents Stories

What our tenants say about life at Stricklands Care Village

“I just love it here, the best thing is all the lovely people and of course the view…I have time to do the things I love, play chess and paint”

Paul Tenant at Strickland's

“It is just wonderful, I love living here…this is my first time living on my own, I wasn’t used to it…but Catherine (my support worker) helped me a lot, I am really happy here”

Susan Tenant at Stricklands


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