Copelands is BCM’s flagship project, providing practice-leading care and encompassing everything needed to create a genuine home from home where people can enjoy fulfilling and spontaneous lives. Our aim is to provide the best possible care to older people, including those living with dementia.
- Person-centred care and choice for residents
- Dementia Gold standard design
- Exemplar building with spacious rooms and extensive communal space
- Beautiful coastal setting providing therapeutic environment for residents
Welcome from Copelands Manager
My name is Andrea Selby and I have been a Care Home Manager for 30 years.
My team and I are passionate about what we do and will ensure Copelands is a place where each resident is treated with dignity and respect and receives the highest standard of care.
Myself and my team are compassionate, enthusiastic and dedicated. We promote person centred care, and our residents’ wellbeing and happiness are at the forefront of everything we do. Our aim is for each resident to live as full a life as possible and I encourage their families and friends to be included in all aspects of daily life in Copelands.
I operate an “Open Door” policy, so always feel free to contact me if you have any questions or concerns.
About the area
Situated snugly between the Irish Sea and the rolling drumlin countryside of Co. Down, Copelands enjoys an enviable position in an area steeped in history.
Copelands lies on the outskirts of Millisle, which means “meadow of the hill” and the local Ballycopeland Windmill, a late 18th century tower mill, can still be visited today. It played a vital role during the Second World War when it provided a haven for Jewish children from Germany, Austria and Czechoslovakia who had been evacuated as part of the ‘Kindertransport’ between 1939 – 1948.
Donaghadee (from Irish: Domhnach Daoi, meaning “Daoi’s church”) lies on the northeast coast of the Ards Peninsula, about 18 miles east of Belfast. Best known for its lighthouse and harbour, it has been a haven for ships for centuries. The Motte dates back to 1818 and today is part of a public park, giving views across the town and seawards towards the Copeland Islands.
We are proud to be joining this rich history and we plan to work closely with a variety of local groups to establish close links with the Millisle and Donaghadee communities.
Some of our Staff
We are blessed to have such a fantastic team of dedicated and experienced professionals working at Copelands for the benefit of all who call it home and their families.
Get In Touch With Us
Whether you are considering residential care for yourself or a loved one, or you are interested in working at Copelands, please do not hesitate to get in touch with us directly.