OUR HOMES

We aspire to provide the best possible experience for the young people in our care. Our homes are places for young people to feel safe and supported. We work hard to ensure that our homes are high-quality properties and feel like homes and not institutions. Our Children’s Home Managers and Residential Support Workers are well trained and motivated to ensure continuity and quality of service.

Often located in rural areas our homes are resourced and decorated to a very high quality and maintained by an in-house maintenance team, with only specialist work reliant on external contractors. Each home has up to two company vehicles provided to ensure that young people are able to remain stimulated and able to get to external activities.

Fair View House

Fair View (EBD) is registered with OFSTED to provide care and accommodation for up to 4 young people and the home caters for males and females of any sexual orientation including LGBT. Fair View is a substantial detached 1930’s property, in an affluent private area. The House is situated approx. one mile from Nottingham City Centre. There is easy access to public transport and the home is located around 15-minute drive from the M1 motorway connecting the South West, Midlands and North co-ordinates of the country.  

Maple View House

Maple View (EBD) is registered with Ofsted to work with up to 4 young people aged between 8 and 17 years of age and the home caters for males and females of any sexual orientation including LGBT. Maple View is a substantial detached newly built (2008) property, situated in the Wilford Area approximately four miles from Nottingham City Centre. There is easy access to public transport and the home is located just minutes away from the M1 motorway connecting the South West, Midlands and North co-ordinates of the country. Wilford is an urban area that provides a variety of accommodation options. Maple View is within easy access of a range of facilities, including a post office, newsagents and GP’s surgery, recreational facilities including cinema, bowling, sports clubs, scout groups, shops and other amenities. 

Ashleigh House

Ashleigh House (EBD) is registered with OFSTED to work with up to 3 young people aged between 8 and 17 years of age and the home caters for males and females of any sexual orientation including LGBT.  Ashleigh House is set in an urban area that provides a variety of accommodation options. Ashleigh House is within easy access of a range of facilities, including a post office, newsagents and GP’s surgery, recreational facilities including cinema, bowling, sports clubs, scout groups, shops and other amenities. 

Farm View House

Farm View (EBD) is registered with OFSTED to work with up to 3 young people aged between 8 and 17 years of age and the home caters for males and females of any sexual orientation including LGBT. Farm View is a substantial detached home built pre 1900, situated in the Courteenhall Area which is rural and secluded and approximately six miles from Northampton. There is easy access to public transport and the home is located just minutes away from the M1 motorway connecting the South West, Midlands, North and East co-ordinates of the country.  

Willow View House

Willow View (EBD – Solo/Dual placement) is registered with Ofsted to provide care and accommodation for up to 3 young people with Emotional Behavioural Difficulties, the home caters for males and females of any sexual orientation including LGBT. Willow View is able to accommodate solo or dual placements and is a substantial detached property in an affluent area bordering the Sherwood and Daybook area. Willow view is approximately three miles from Nottingham City Centre. There is easy access to public transport to the city centre and to the heart of Arnold. For commuting the home is located around 25-minute drive from the from the M1 motorway connecting the South West, Midlands and North co-ordinates of the country. 

Elm View House

Elm View (EBD) is registered with OFSTED to work with up to 4 young people aged between 8 and 17 years of age, the home caters for males and females of any sexual orientation including LGBT. An early 20th century detached property with accommodation approaching 3,000 sq. ft. and a gated, private plot approaching 0.25 acres. Corby is a town in north Northamptonshire with a selection of shops, supermarkets, public houses (for meals out and activities) and restaurants. It has road links to the A14, M1 and M6 motorways and is within reach of several country parks for walking and cycling. Primary and secondary schooling is available within Corby itself.  

Holly View House

Holly View (EBD – Solo/Dual placement) is registered with OFSTED to work with up to 3 young people aged between 8 and 17 years of age.

The property is central to Mickleover Village. The property is extremely private with a gated entrance and having a wealth of features to include; Entrance hallway, guest cloakroom/wc, sitting room, separate dining room, modern kitchen/diner/living space, utility room, fifth bedroom/study. The property is close to the A38 with easy access to the M1.