The RMBI Care Home in Kent

The Prince George Duke of Kent Court
Residents of the Prince George Duke of Kent Court

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The Royal Masonic Benevolent Institution Care Company

RMBI Care Co. provides a home for over 1,000 older Freemasons and their families, providing residential, nursing and dementia care in seventeen care homes across England and Wales.

The charity has been supporting older people for over 170 years and works closely with residents and families to offer a safe environment.

RMBI Care Co. also offers independent living apartments, day services, respite and end of life care.

Person Centred Care

RMBI Care Co. treats each person as an individual, respecting everyone’s wishes and needs at all times. Person centred care is at the heart of what the charity does and this is reflected in how the organisation engages with residents, visitors and staff.

Types of care services:

  • Residential Care
  • Nursing Care
  • Dementia Care
  • Respite Care
  • Palliative Care
  • Independent Living
  • Day Services

Prince George Duke of Kent Court – Chislehurst, Kent

Located in a beautiful area of Kent, Prince George Duke of Kent Court lies in leafy Chislehurst, a town with a rich history that stretches back to the Saxon age. The Home provides residential care, nursing and dementia support for up to 78 residents. Click here to read more on the Home’s webpage.

Prince George Duke of Kent Court, Shepherd’s Green, Chislehurst, Kent, BR7 6PA. Tel: 020 8467 0081.

How to apply:

Please visit the website at or contact the Home Manager for an application pack.

logo Association of Friends Prince George, Duke of Kent CourtThe Association of Friends at the ‘Court’

Like all Masonic Homes ‘The Court’ has a thriving Association of Friends and the members play a large part in raising funds to provide for the extra facilities that the residents would not otherwise receive.

The ‘Friends’ directly organise and support many events during the year and would welcome additional help in the form of patronage and, for those with time to spare, help with the running of events. Visitors to support the various events would also be warmly welcomed. A diary of ‘Friends’ events is shown below.

The residents enjoy talking to ‘The Friends’ and working in conjunction with the staff for the benefit of the residents is an immensely rewarding and satisfying experience.

Guests enjoying the Strawberry Tea
Celebrating the Queen’s 90th birthday

More information can be downloaded about ‘The Friends, together with application forms for individual or corporate membership (eg Lodges and Chapters).

Can Your Lodge Help?

Lodges of Instruction – The Friends are appealing for lodges to hold an occasional Lodge of Instruction at the Home, to benefit the masonic residents who can no longer attend a regular lodge meeting. Please click here for further information.

Lodge Patronage – Do you know how your Lodge or Chapter could easily make a real difference in our community? By becoming a Patron of the Association of Friends of Prince George, Duke of Kent Court. Please click here to find out how to become a Patron and help to make a difference.

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