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.





    The Friends of Salters Hill Annual BBQ a Great Success in Upton Bishop.

    On Wednesday 30th August the Friends of Salters Hill held their annual BBQ, this year at Upton Bishop Village Hall. The Friends are an independent group of supporters who spend much of the year raising money on behalf of Salters Hill which we can then apply for to fund particular items. Part of the money they raise is also used to hold a BBQ each year which all the people we support are invited to along with family and friends, staff at Salters Hill and our volunteers and this is always a popular event.

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    Work Starts on our Sensory and Wellbeing Garden in Ledbury.

    Work has started on the Sensory and Wellbeing garden on Falcon Lane in Ledbury with funding from the Tesco Bags of Help Initiative. Towards the end of last year we were delighted to receive news that we had been awarded £12,000 for the project by Tesco and Groundworks and at the beginning of this week (14th August) Richard and John along with their team at Moat Construction started work in the field.

    This is the beginning of roughly two weeks of work which will see paths being constructed and the new vegetable and sensory garden being plotted.

    In September 2017 we look forward to welcoming Bridget and Will from Coves Folly Nursery who will be working with Creative Learning to plan out the planting in the garden. Watch this space!!


    BBQ to Welcome Wesley to Ryelands.

    On Friday 11th August 2017 friends, family and volunteers were invited to a small BBQ at Ryelands, our service in Gorsley. This was an opportunity for everyone to catch-up, and also a chance to welcome Wesley Grant in to his role as Registered Manager for Homecare and Support Services. Thank-you to everyone who could make it, and to the weather for holding out for the evening!

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    Achievements at the Brecon Sheep Show.

    Well done to Jon and Graham for taking part in the Brecon sheep show on Saturday (5th August) despite the rain, hail and thunder which came down after these photos were taken!

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    Work underway on the ‘Pizza Oven Project’.

    Work on the area around our clay pizza oven in the orchard at Falcon Lane is currently underway. John, Graham and some members of our Creative Learning groups have been busy putting our plans for an accessible pathway and comfortable outside seating in to action.

    Once again we would like to thank the customers and staff our local Co-op store in Ledbury for supporting Salters Hill through the Co-op Local Community Fund and providing the funding for this project. We are looking forward to sharing more photos once it is finished!

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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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