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.

We are happy to say that after a year of planning and preparing we are now officially part of Walsingham Support. Over the next couple of months we will be moving our content and communications over to their website and social media channels.

So to make sure that you stay in touch and informed with everything that is going on at Salters Hill please add the Walsingham Support website to your favourite lists and start to follow Walsingham Support on Linkedin, Facebook, Twitter and Flickr.

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.





    Creative Learning Celebrate Pancake Day.

    On Tuesday (13/02/18) our Creative Learning Catering Club treated everyone to a tasty pancake at break time to celebrate Shrove Tuesday. As you can see, they went down well.

    Our Media Skills and Morning Club groups also joined in the fun researching Shrove Tuesday and taking part in a toss the (fake) pancake competition!

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    Salters Hill Welcomes Four New Lambs in time for Spring.

    Spring must be on the horizon as two of our Ryelands sheep have recently given birth to two sets of twins! Gwen is now the proud mum of Yvonne and Yodel, and Stacey successfully delivered Yolande and Yoko (can you see a pattern emerging?!). A third sheep is also due to give birth in March.

    The pictures below show members of our Animal Skills groups welcoming the lambs to Salters Hill. The names of the lambs were nominated and voted on by the group and they have also been learning about how to care for them as part of their sessions. To find out more about our Creative Learning activities, visit the ‘Learning’ section on our website.

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    Gardening Group Visit to Coddington Vineyard.

    Yesterday (15/02/18) our Thursday gardening group went on a trip to Coddington Vineyard to see their beautiful open gardens which at this time of year are filled with snowdrops.

    The group had a fantastic afternoon with a quick stop for a cup of tea. They also took one of the up-cycled bowling pins which the gardening groups have worked on in the past which was given as a gift to the organisers of the open garden event.

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    Tracy’s Technicolor Blanket.

    Tracy has been making blankets for a number of years and often donates these to charity. This is one of her latest designs. All the crafters out there will appreciate just how much time and effort goes into making something like this. We love the colours!

    Volunteering at the Cat Rescue Centre.

    Ellie, Dan and Jess have been volunteering at the New Start cat rescue in Gloucester. The group were recently featured in the New Start newsletter which read: ‘they come out most weeks and help clean and cuddle, and humans and cats alike look forward to their visits’.



    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

    Visit Walsingham Support's Website

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