Telephone: 01244 403146


Lorraine Kingham, Director

Hi there! My name is Lorraine Kingham and I have worked in the care sector for 26 years, starting out as a carer, working my way up to supervisor, then into management. Although a manager for over 19 years, I still enjoy being hands on, as it helps build a good relationship with my customers and their families.

I have worked for corporate companies and franchises and have grown the businesses successfully, both financially and in reputation. However, the personal touch can often get lost on the way. I wanted to put this right by opening my own company – Belgrave Care. Along with my dedicated team, the 50 years of experience between us has enabled us to hit the ground running and I cannot thank people enough for their support.

My person-centred focus has been my driving force and, with my good sense of humour, I always say “If I can make someone laugh it makes my day” and I’m always there to listen.

I am also a semi-professional vocalist – and like to paint in my spare time, as well as being an animal lover.


“I would like to wish Belgrave Care a very successful venture and can say that having dealt with the Director Lorraine Kingham for a number of years in the caring profession I can honestly say the care she provided was excellent.”

Sandra Barnes, Social Care Assessor, CWAC

Clare Owens, Care Manager

Hello there! My name is Clare Owens and I am the Registered Manager for Belgrave Care.
I have worked within the health and social care industry since 1989 in various roles including hospitals, residential homes and in the community.

I have experience with a range of customer groups such as older adults, young people leaving care, adults with a learning disability and people who use mental health services.

I have experience across a wide range of roles including healthcare worker, supervisor, trainer, deputy manager and registered manager.

I strongly believe that learning and development never stops; no matter how long one has worked in a particular industry, there is always an opportunity to learn new things and share them with others to improve practice.

I believe that the starting point in fostering positive relationships with people is to be a good listener. Maintaining relationships means acting on your promises and going the extra mile to make sure each customer feels valued and listened to. This also applies to maintaining relationships with our valued care workers, without whom there would be no service. I am dedicated to ensuring that our care workers are supported and highly valued for the skilled job that they do.

Keeping customers safe, promoting their rights, choice, dignity and privacy lies at the very heart of everything I care about.

I look forward to supporting our valued customers and their families in the coming years.

I love animals and my interests also include current affairs, creative writing, reading and music.

Jane Burgess, PR & Communications Manager, MCIPR

Hi! I’m Jane Burgess and have more than 25 years’ experience working in public relations and marketing. I began my career as a journalist, working for North Wales Newspapers in Mold and the Liverpool Daily Post, and since then have worked in-house for several organisations, including the General Medical Council, Health and Safety Executive and two excellent housing associations.

I share the same vision as Lorraine and Clare, understanding people’s circumstances and doing what we can to help them stay more independent in their own homes. I believe that you never stop learning and I am now focusing on gaining more qualifications in care.

I am proud to be part of Belgrave Care as it has a great reputation for delivering an excellent service in a traditional way with staff who know what they are doing.

Our office is well located at 13 Hoole Road, Chester, where we welcome anyone who has any enquiries about finding care for their relatives and loved ones, or for anyone who wants to join our friendly team of carers.

I too, am an animal lover and am interested in current affairs, history, reading, writing and running.

Denise Rowe, Administrator

Hi there! My name is Denise Rowe, and I have recently joined the lovely team here at Belgrave Care as an Administrator. I have over ten years’ previous experience in Admin, including several years at the Passport Office in Liverpool.

I believe that life runs smoothly when things are well organised, so administration is something that I very much enjoy – I even apply it to my home life! I have already hit the ground running here at Belgrave Care, providing the support needed to ensure that we have a wonderfully organised office, with everything up to date.

In the short time I have been here, I can see how the management team and carers all share the same vision to improve people’s lives with an excellent care service and I am very happy to be part of it.

In my free time I enjoy walking, reading, watching old movies and the odd trip to cosy pubs. I am also an animal lover, and make frequent trips to the wonderful zoo here in Chester.

Celebrating our anniversary with new office

Belgrave Care has celebrated its first year in business by moving to a new office on Hoole Road, Chester.
Belgrave Care has hit the ground running with its customer-focused approach, delivering care in the traditional way, and is going from strength to strength. With an expanding client base, the firm is looking for more Care Workers.
Care Manager Clare Owens said: “We’re delighted with the response that we have received from our customers. We provide domiciliary care for people so that they can be more independent in their own homes. We’re now looking for more staff as we expand the business.”
Director Lorraine Kingham agreed, saying: “I cannot thank people enough for their support as we celebrate our first anniversary by moving to 13 Hoole Road. We have created a happy, supportive environment for our Care Workers and we welcome anyone wanting to start the New Year with a change of job to pop in and have an informal chat with us.
“We are looking for people to join our team who want to make a difference to people’s lives by being dedicated, caring, trustworthy and honest.”
Care Worker Libby Briggs said: “I have loved every minute of working for Belgrave Care. I had never worked in care before but with the training, support and mentoring, it’s a fabulous job, and the customers are lovely. The office team are brilliant and are always there for you when you need them, a very supportive team. I’m proud to say I won an award, after receiving positive feedback from customers. I wouldn’t work for another care company.”

Anyone interested in joining Belgrave Team can contact Jane Burgess by ringing 01244 403146 or emailing admin @

Belgrave Care Workers Libby Briggs (front), (from left to right) Sue Pierce, Angela Forshaw, Wiola Jelen and Patricia Rodrigues

Skills For Care Care Quality Commission UKHCA