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Nail Clipping

If you want to keep tripping the light fantastic or would like to show your tootsies some love, then our nail clipping service is for you!

Did you know that perfectly pruned nails can help to maintain your mobility, keep you active, help to prevent falls and generally improve your health, wellbeing and independence?

Our professional pruners are a dab hand at clipping both toe and fingernails and they’re a jolly bunch too!

Over the years we’ve trimmed thousands of nails and helped people to feel that little bit better.

Our nail clipping service is registered with the Care Quality Commission and has been rated as ‘Good’ across the board meaning the service is safe, caring, effective, responsive and well led. In short; you’re in capable hands!

Oh; and we deliver the service in your own home to make life easier.  How about them apples!?

What we offer

A fast and reliable toe and fingernail clipping service

Who we support

People aged 50 years and over

We are unfortunately unable to provide this service if you are diabetic, on steroids or blood thinning medication.

What we charge

First visit (including the first cut and nail clipper pack) £22.00

Cutting toenails £14.00

Cutting fingernails £14.00

Cutting toe and fingernails combined £20.00

Nail clipper packs £8.00


09:00 – 17:00

Monday to Friday

Every 5/6 weeks your dedicated Nail Clipping officer will visit and arrange your next appointment with you


Preston, Chorley and South Ribble but we are looking to expand our reach and if you live nearby then give us a call and we’ll see if we can fit you in!

How to access

We try to be as accessible as possible and the main referral routes include:

Tel: 01772 552886

Referrals are accepted from members of the public and partner agencies alike

  • "I might be knocking on in years, but I still like to look nice and having my nails done makes me feel that little bit better."

  • "I can't reach my toes daft as it sounds.  Age Concern come in handy for the little things that I once took for granted."