The Home was built in 1955/56 and opened its doors for its first residents in the Spring of 1956. It was created out of funds left by the Corrin family, an old family who lived in the Peel district.
Who We Are
A charitable organisation was created to provide for the care of the elderly in Peel and district and since that date it has been a non-profit making establishment. It relies today on the generous support from local volunteers and other organisations throughout the Island. The Home has developed and altered over the years providing always homely care for principally long stay residents, although a small number of respite beds are available.
To provide the best residential care on the Island, based upon the original aims and aspirations of the Corrin family who were well known in Peel for their support of many buildings in the town, including the Corrin Hall, the funds for the new Town Hall and the parish church of St Germains (now the Cathedral).
Why Choose The Corrin Home
The Corrin Home provides a friendly home for all residents. The objective is the provision of the highest standards of residential care both physical, mental and spiritual for all our residents. The Home is resourced with experienced caring staff who are qualified to the standards demanded in today’s environment.
We endeavour to maintain the highest standards in Health and Safety commensurate with a fully costed support system. All our staff are trained in the latest current policies and procedures.