01372 452 608 info@grangecentre.org.uk

Supporting people with disabilities to
lead independent and
fulfilling lives

Message from the Chief Executive Officer

My father in law loved steam trains. He was a volunteer guard on the Poppy Line for many years.  During the winter when the trains weren’t running, he worked with other volunteers on essential maintenance and spring cleaning.  Come the spring, the engines would re-appear – shining and ready for action – to start their daily duties transporting happy passengers along North Norfolk’s beautiful coastline.

The early weeks of 2021 are our time for essential maintenance at The Grange.  Scrupulous hygiene procedures to keep us all safe and well.  Preparation for the Covid 19 vaccination programme.  Planning for a new, post-Covid timetable of skills and session that will enable people we support to discover new talents and enjoy spending time with friends.  Thinking about safe destinations for the holidays of which we were deprived last summer.  There’s so much to do.

And then I hope we will have the confidence to emerge, like those proud steam trains, into the spring blossom and sunshine. We can’t wait to take up our place in local life again, with all our usual enthusiasm.  It’s going to be an exhilarating year, after the confinement of 2020.  Do join us on the journey: it’s always more fun travelling with friends!

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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The Grange wants to lead the way as provider of choice for people with learning disabilities, inspiring our local and wider communities

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