GROWING INDEPENDENCE

Achieving things that matter.

GROWING INDEPENDENCE

Assisting people to live the life they choose.

GROWING INDEPENDENCE

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.

 

On the 25th October 2017 we held a meeting for families of the people currently supported by Salters Hill Charity. Feedback from the question and answer session at this event can be viewed here.

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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.

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    OUR NEWS AND EVENTS BLOG

    Success for our First Creative Learning Festive Event.

    Christmas jollity was in the air on Saturday 2nd December 2017 when Creative Learning held their Christmas Festivity at Salters Hill Barn near Ledbury.

    During the afternoon members of our community along with the people we support and their families were invited to come and enjoy festive food, drink and gifts. These included ‘Polar pizzas’ which were served fresh and hot from our outside pizza oven and mulled apple juice and other goodies from the Christmas café in the kitchen. Our festive ‘reindeer’ Ryelands sheep (sporting jaunty antlers just for the occasion) were also popular along with various craft activities, games and a wealth of handmade items for sale upstairs in our gift emporium.

    Thanks to very generous local donations of food and raffle gifts, the event (hopefully the first of many) raised just over £600 for the charity and was a great day out for all involved. A big well done to everyone involved in organising and running the event, along with everyone who came and made it such a success.

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    Our Thanks for the Wellbeing Garden Project.

    On the 9th November 2018 we were delighted to see so many visitors to the opening of our Rural Wellbeing garden on Falcon Lane.

    We understand that many more couldn’t make it and sent their apologies and it is wonderful to have their support too.

    We would like to thank the following organisations and individuals for their involvement in garden project funded by the Tesco ‘Bags of Help’ scheme and our opening event, but this is by no means an exhaustive list (although we have done our best to include as may people as possible!).

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    It’s Beginning to look a lot like Christmas!

    Our Christmas Festivity at the Barn takes place tomorrow at Salters Hill Barn on Falcon Lane (7 minutes outside Ledbury- HR8 2JN). Join us between 12.30pm and 5pm to get in the mood for Christmas.

    All week preparations have been under way with twinkling light and decorations filling every room and all sorts of goodies from chutney to decorations emerging from our Creative Learning groups ready for sale.

    During the afternoon we will have a variety of refreshments; games and craft activities; items for sale and even a meet and greet with our sheep! This is the first time we have run a Christmas event like this, so we are keeping our fingers crossed for a great turn-out. Hope to see you there!

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    Official Opening of the Rural Wellbeing Garden near Ledbury.

    Yesterday saw the official opening of our Rural Wellbeing garden on Falcon Lane near Ledbury. We were pleased to be able to welcome around seventy people from our local community to the event and they had the opportunity to tour the new garden as well as taste some of the tasty homemade soup and bread which our Creative Learning groups provided.

    The garden funded by Tesco’s Bags of Help scheme has taken a year to plan, build and plant up. With the money we were awarded we have been able to build an activity area, sensory garden, vegetable plot and wildflower meadow. This will provide a space for disabled and vulnerable people to feel safe, take exercise, enjoy a garden and grow and eat local produce in their own community.

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    OUR VISION

    We can, we will, we do:

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

    OUR MISSION
    • 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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    Salters Hill Barn, Keeper’s Cottage, Falcon Lane, Ledbury, Herefordshire HR8 2JN. t: 01531 671080 e: admin@saltershill.org.uk

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