The Clock Tower, provides a range of services for vulnerable adults in North East Wales .
We offer day services, residential care, short breaks & respite along with work opportunities for service users. We deliver a bespoke service that is catered to individuals’ needs and requirements via our comprehensive needs assessment.
All our staff are highly experienced and operate to high industry standards.
We offer a variety of Day Services using the facilities at The Clock Tower, as well as out in the community.
Understanding the importance of exercise and healthy eating to personal well being, we have a number of days where people can concentrate on their physical health.
We currently run two residential homes, providing support, accommodation and assistance to vulnerable adults with learning disabilities.
We aim to provide first class supported living accommodation. Our staff are all experienced in the field of care and provide support to help residents achieve their needs and aspirations.
We offer a variety of short breaks for up to three individuals and a support worker.
Talacre Caravan has a number of amenities available to guests including a gym, swimming pool with a health suite, a variety of games, as well as a bar and restaurant with evening entertainment on site.
We have a number of rooms to hire which are suitable for a range of events. From disco’s to meetings, wedding receptions to presentation evenings, we can customise each room dependent on your requirements.
Our Independence Unit is designed to give service users experience in a range of practical skills.
Cooking, cleaning, washing, gardening plus many more give service users real-life experience and potential next steps.
At our farm and various other sites, we have a wide range of animals that prove to be calming and therapeutic to a number of service users.
These range from horses, dogs, goats, chickens, cats, donkeys plus a number of others.
Our vision is that The Clock Tower will be a truly inclusive centre of the community, providing a cornucopia of activities for all.
The Day Service
Over the past few months the day service have taken part in lots of activities within the clocktower and out in the community. Each individual has had chance to participate in our wide range of activities, as well as using our sensory room, shop, independent unit and caravan. We have recently purchased a large stand-alone tablet table, for users to experience different ways to communicate and interact. We have also got new items in our sensory room, from which we have had some great feedback from individuals that have used them. We have lots of activities and events planned for 2020. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year.
Thank you everyone who donated to our Pudsey Bear Pajama Party, the Clocktower donated £200 to Children in Need. Everyone looked great and had a fantastic time. The Halloween party was also a great success, with some weird and wonderful outfits.
Red Nose Day
Well done everyone
On Friday 15th of March, everyone at the Clocktower raised a fantastic £203.33. Everyone came in fancy dress and had been made some superb red noses. Thank you all so much for all your efforts and there were some fantastic ideas on show.
We have moved!
We are very grateful for all the donations we have received, so please continue to send in items you no longer require.
Our new address is:
4 New Shop Parade, Greenfield, Holywell, Ch89QS
Please Note—No electrical items can be accepted.
We will soon be starting our new unit of ASDAN awards for 2019. This is a busy time of year for ASDAN Awards so good luck to everyone who will be starting these.
Get your place booked!
Now that Talacre is open again we are taking bookings for short breaks. We are filling up fast so don’t hesitate to call the office and speak to Lesley Ann to arrange available dates.
We would like welcome our new staff members Sue, Julie, Rachel & Teej to the team. They will be working be- tween both Clocktower & Station House. Welcome
All set for summer..
Now that the weather is cheering up, there will be lots of opportunity to get back into the community.
The facilities are now open at Talacre which include swimming and the gym, so forthose who would like to resume going don’t forget your kit on a Monday and