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Supporting people with disabilities to
lead independent and
fulfilling lives

Message from the Chief Executive Officer

The flowers on the magnolia tree outside my window are unfurling as I write, doing their own ‘unlocking’ as The Grange mirrors the national roadmap out of the pandemic.  We have all become increasingly excited and impatient here, in recent weeks.  We have so much we want to do, to make up for a year of stolen holidays, birthdays and hugs.  If there’s one song running through my head now that spring is taking the upper hand, it’s Feeling Good by Nina Simone, with the (slightly modified) refrain:

It’s a new dawn
It’s a new day
It’s a new life for us
And we’re feeling good

Our skills sessions are ramping up, ready for the return of our much-missed day skills participants from Monday 12 April.  We’re allowing families into the homes of their relatives again from Monday 17 May.  Our big project to design eco-friendly, state-of-the-art outdoor learning facilities by the Walled Garden is coming along fast.  We’re planning another of our memorable Grange Goes to the Movies nights as our first public event in the late spring.  There is so much to share.  In fact, if you haven’t already signed up to our regular newsletter, you really should.  Just fill in the short form that can be found in the footer of any of our website pages.

There are many ways you can support our work and if you would like to please visit https://www.grangecentre.org.uk/ways-to-support-us/

And if you have a little spare cash, after a year of not being able to spend anything, please consider sponsoring my 5-day, 95 mile Highland Hike in June using the link https://uk.virginmoneygiving.com/EloiseAppleby  Should you wish to pay by cheque please make it payable to ‘The Grange Centre’.

Wewish you happy times ahead, and look forward to welcoming you back on site from the end of June, all being well.

Eloise Appleby

Chief Executive Officer

Covid 19 Restrictions

Sadly, The Grange is still closed to non-essential visitors as part of our infection control measures during the Covid 19 pandemic.
Deliveries should be left in the porch in front of the Main House, following signs to Staff and Accessible Parking.
Essential visitors must carry written authorisation to come on site from a member of staff.  Please park in the Staff and Accessible Parking area, then ring Reception on 01372 452 608 or the staff member you are meeting from your car.  We ask you to sanitise hands on arrival and wear a face covering at all times.
Do not come on site if you have any of the symptoms of Covid 19: high temperature, persistent cough, altered sense of taste or smell.

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