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Martin House - Mural
Starting at the dining room, our mural is a work in progress which is slowly spreading down the wall of the corridor past the children's bedrooms.
Martin House - Bedroom
Our bedrooms are designed to be flexible to suit the individual needs of the children or families.
Martin House - Art Room
Our Art Room allows children to enjoy art activities and enables them to express themselves.
Whitby Lodge Bedroom
Each of the bedrooms at Whitby Lodge has a shared en-suite bathroom with automatic locking doors for privacy, preventing both bedrooms gaining access at the same time.
Whitby Lodge Dining Room
Whitby Lodge has its own dining and sitting area for the teenagers and young people to get together.
Whitby Lodge Conservatory
The conservatory gives access from the dining room to the garden and is a warm, bright outdoor room on dull wet days.
Garden - Lavender Garden
The Lavender Garden has been designed to add sensory elements to the gardens. These give additional smells and textures.
Garden - Play Area
Designed for younger children, there is a play area with a sand pit and play equipment.
Garden - Fort
Set at the bottom of the garden is our wheelchair friendly timber play fort.
Garden - Tiger Bridge & Ravine
Tiger Bridge spans our wilderness part of the garden. An untamed valley designed & built by students from The University of Leeds.
Chapel - External
Set by the edge of our wildlife garden, our chapel is a place of peace and tranquility.
Chapel - Interior
The interior of the chapel is designed to accommodate all faiths, a place for prayer or quiet contemplation.