Achieving things that matter.


Assisting people to live the life they choose.


Offering choice and control over care and support.

We care, support and provide opportunities for people with disabilities – creating the right environment to grow independence, confidence and wellbeing.

From 1st April 2017, Salters Hill joins forces with Walsingham Support as its sole member. This is an exciting time for both our organisations, and we look forward to building on all the work we have already done together, and continuing to learn from each other.

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  • Established in 1983, Salters Hill is based in Herefordshire, supporting over 80 people and working with over 100 staff and volunteers. We adopt and reflect best practice in all that we do. We are financially sustainable for the future challenges that we know we will face. Our support is kind, dependable, and can be life-changing. Find out more here, or just phone or contact us. Visit and see us in action. Speak to the people we support, and their families. Find out what Salter’s Hill is all about.





    Tesco Bags of Help Funding Progress.

    On Thursday we were visited by Will and Bridget from Caves Folly Nurseries in Colwall who have been fantastic help in making our Sensory garden project come to life. Our initial ideas were captured by Rob Dudley  who helped us  to decide what areas were needed in the wellbeing garden to meet our  plans for the future. Once we know we had been awarded the funding from the Bags of Help Fund, Bridget and Will helped us to plan each areas to ensure we could achieve them with our funds. We are in the last stages of this now and should be finished by the end of the month.

    Dwarf Fruit trees have been ordered that will be delivered at the end of November and these will be planted along the long walk paths to make them easier to access. Watch this space for more news on the final stages of the Garden.



    Opening the Mop Fair in Ledbury.

    On the evening of Monday 9th October, some of the people who live at Keeper’s Cottage were invited by the Mayor of Ledbury to the opening of the town’s annual Mop Fair. Harriet was given the honour of cutting the ribbon alongside the Mayor and other representatives from the Ledbury community to declare the fair officially open, and everyone had a great time soaking up the atmosphere.

    (Photo credit: Jan Long via ‘The Voice of Ledbury’ Facebook group)

    Progress made on the Pizza Oven Project.

    Recently our Creative Learning groups welcomed Richard from the Ledbury Co-op store back to Falcon Lane in Ledbury to update him on the progress we have made with developing the area around our pizza oven.

    This was made possible with money which was awarded to us through the Co-op’s Local Community Fund.

    ‘Read more’ to see more pictures from the project.

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    Fundraising Jumble Sale and Coffee Morning in Newent.

    On the 21st October 2017 we will be holding a fundraising jumble sale and coffee morning in aid of Salters Hill charity at Glebe Chapel in Newent (GL18 1BQ).

    Doors open at 10am until 12 noon and there will be tea, coffee, cakes and scones available to buy in our pop-up café once you have exhausted yourself bargain hunting.

    Previous jumble sale events have been really popular, so be sure to leave plenty of time to find all the best items on the morning!

    Invite for Keeper’s Cottage to the Civic Ceremony in Ledbury.

    On Sunday 1st October some of the people who live at Keeper’s Cottage were delighted to be invited to Ledbury’s annual Civic service on behalf of Ledbury’s Mayor Cllr. Elaine Fieldhouse. The service was held at St Michael’s and All Angels Church in Ledbury and this year’s theme was ‘Thankfulness’.

    The invitation to the Civic Ceremony follows from a visit from Cllr. Fieldhouse to Salters Hill in Ledbury at the beginning of September when she had the opportunity to visit some of our Creative Learning sessions and have a cup of tea at Keeper’s Cottage to discuss ideas for fundraising. We are really pleased to have been selected as Cllr. Fieldhouse’s chosen charity during her time as Mayor this year and we look forward to getting involved in more fundraising and events over the coming months.


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    Update- Sensory and Wellbeing Garden in Ledbury.

    We are getting really excited now the ground works on the new sensory and vegetable garden area which has been funded by Tesco’s Bags of Help initiative on Falcon Lane in Ledbury is complete! We will soon commence planting and planning our woodland walk area.

    The new garden area will now integrate with the existing garden and provide a sitting and activity area; sensory planting; vegetable plot; a dwarf fruit tree walk and a wild flower garden.

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    We can, we will, we do:

    •  Inspire others
    • Give our best every day
    • Approach things together

    • To work alongside people with learning disabilities and others who seek our support to develop independence, confidence and skills.
    • To promote the rights of vulnerable people we work with.
    • To recognise the value and opportunity that the environment gives people to flourish and achieve.

    If you want to know more about what Salters Hill really stands for, and what we do, read

    ‘Salters Hill on a page’.

    SALTERS HILL CHARITY LIMITED. Registered in England No: 1770252 A company limited by guarantee. Registered Charity No. 288379

    See our page on the Charity Commission website.



    Chief Executive: Paul Snell

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