Hydrotherapy pool

The Centre has a fully accessible hydrotherapy pool which is equipped with overhead tracking hoists and situated in a Scandinavian log cabin with an ambient temperature of 32 degrees.

Members use the pool regularly and it provides an excellent base for exercise, providing a relaxing and fun environment for movement. The water’s warm temperature decreases muscle spasm, relieves pain and can increase range of movement. Each member undertakes a hydrotherapy risk assessment to determine the level of support they need.

The hydrotherapy pool is also available for hire and enquiries regarding bookings can be made by contacting the centre’s office.

Training Kitchen

The Centre has a designated training kitchen where members can learn how to cook meals and develop an understanding of nutrition. The centre also runs bake and take sessions for members living in the community.

Fitness suite

The Centre’s an exercise room contains walking and balance aids, dumb bells and equipment for upper body exercise, including machines specifically designed for the fitness needs of wheelchair users.

IT suite

The Centre has a small IT suite where members are encouraged to develop IT skills form researching on the Internet through to building CV’s and look for volunteering opportunities.


The wheelchair accessible greenhouse donated in memory of the Foundation’s former company secretary, Mary Hodgson, provides opportunities for members to take part in gardening sessions and to watch their plants grow.


The Centre’s secluded rear area provides a quiet venue for the ever popular annual summer barbeque.

Training Opportunities

The Centre has recently been approved to run nationally recognised qualifications for the Open College Network London. Currently The Centre is offering courses in travel training- using buses and trains and volunteering.
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