Welcome to Middlefields HouseWelcome to Middlefields House, a brand-new state of the art residential care home opening Spring 2021 that will provide high quality, personalised care for 48 residents aged 65 and over, including those with dementia. The new home will be made up of four households of 12 residents with communal spaces and beautiful gardens to help ensure that residents are able to live fulfilled life in their later years. Find out more about Middlefields House, how you can pray for the project or how you can give towards the new building. Middlefields House is just the beginning of the Pilgrims' Friend Society Renewal Programme which will see six new care homes built over the next 10 years. Download the brochure Home Middlefields House About us Get Involved News and updates Back to main site Volunteer Come and support care for the elderly in Chippenham Volunteering at our homes and housing schemes is a rewarding, life-affirming way to put your faith into action and to make a positive difference to people’s lives. Volunteers fulfil many different roles within the home, providing friendship and spiritual support to our residents, leading activities and times of prayer and Bible study, going shopping for the residents and supporting the staff team. Let us know about your interest in volunteering. We really value and are greatly appreciate all the different ways our supporters contribute to our work, whether in prayer, through giving financially, or in the giving of time. We know your time is precious and we will do our best to make sure that every moment you spend volunteering with us will be rewarding both for our residents and for you. That’s why we offer opportunities tailored around the time you can offer, in the areas where your time will have the most impact. Each home also has an Auxiliary group that raises funds for the home and supports the work of Pilgrims' Friend Society. As well as organising fund-raising activities and events, these volunteers also help us make the work of the Society more widely known among churches in their area.