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Drym Valley Centre



Day Provision & Respite Accommodation

Drym Valley Centre is a unique rural activity resource, set in a beautiful and secluded part of West Cornwall. The Centre provides the opportunity for adults with special needs to enjoy a lively and beneficial rural experience. It is a small, caring centre run by an experienced and dedicated team.

Ref: DHG113LD


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Our Services

The services we provide include Day Provision, Arts and Craft, Pottery and Horticulture & Gardens. The service is run for people who are 18 or over and have any of the following disabilities/needs:
Severe and enduring mental health problems
Mild to moderate learning disabilities
Moderate physical disabilities
Younger people with memory impairment problems

Service Provision

This service runs for 50 weeks a year and transport can be arranged for clients from Kerrier and Penwith districts. we have a variety of activities on offer with an emphasis on enviromental enhancement, recycling, sustainability and conservation. The 25 acre grassland valley also provides a variety of habitats and is a focus for ongoing projects. The support workerswill facilitate groups and supervise individuals where requested.

Activities include:
Livestock care and welfare
Football coaching
Conservation and land management
Pottery and crafts
Social skills development
Social activities include barbecues, seasonal parties, team games, valley walks, art projects, music and drama workshops.


Accommodation is in a renovated barn conversion which is fully equipped and self contained for two people. There is also free access to the rest of the centre including the spacious recreation room, conservatory and group room. Clients stay on a full board basis.

Respite Breaks

Holidays are available throughout the year. Clients can be collected from local train or coach stations if required.
The aim is to offer clients a 'retreat' atmosphere encouraging individuality and creativity as well as the availability of group work, team games, social and fun activities.

Clients using this service would need to be fairly independent or could be accompanied by a relative or care worker. However, the residential team can support clients who need moderate supervision. Please see FAQ's for more information on the respite facility.

Drym Valley Centre
Higher Drym Farm
TR14 0NU
United Kingdom

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