About Morden College

Morden College is a Charity dedicated to supporting older people. Founded in 1695 by the pioneering merchant, Sir John Morden, the Charity has been at the forefront of enriching older people’s lives for more than 300 years. Today the Charity’s core purpose is to provide older people who are in need with a home for life, to support them as they grow older, and to provide care services, including residential care and residential nursing care, if the need arises. We are a strong community, committed to enabling the older people we support to have the highest quality of life, for the rest of their life.

We are very proud of our ‘GOOD’ ratings from the Care Quality Commission


Life at Morden College

Interesting people living life to the full! Here at Morden College you can live independently, with care on the doorstep if needed.


A Little History

Since its inception more than 300 years ago, Morden College has constantly evolved to provide the very best care for older people.



We have more than 200 flats for independent living on three sites: two in Blackheath and one in Beckenham.


Our Ethos

The Charity is founded in the Christian spirit. We believe strongly in the values of courtesy, patience, integrity, and generosity of spirit.


The Care Home

Cullum Welch Court at Morden College is a self-contained 60-bed residential care home with full-time nursing care and a generous staffing ratio.


How to Apply

The Charity will not discriminate on the basis of race, colour, gender, creed, sexual orientation, or religion; we welcome applications from single people, married couples or those in partnerships.

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