Our Services


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.

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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.

Main Clock Tower Hall

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.


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  • 3 star review  I didn't go in, just parked in the layby outside. Looked like an interesting building

    thumb Lee Jones
    17th July 2020

    5 star review  I had my wedding venue in this place

    thumb shirley payne
    10th November 2018

    5 star review  Excellent venue for all everyone very Well come.

    thumb mikeleech100
    17th July 2018

    5 star review  Friendly, well run and inspiring organisation

    thumb Steve Clynes
    13th February 2018