The Grange – Benenden

The Grange is our largest accommodation, but it has a small home feel.

The home has 3 areas, The Ground Floor, The Lodge and The Flat, each equipped with kitchen, lounge and dining room meaning that individuals are supported in much smaller groups.  The whole home has recently undergone a transformation with new décor chosen by the people who live there.  Read about the Great Grange Transformation.

As well as the 3 areas, the home has 7 acres of gardens and a large activity room, equipped with projector and set up for fitness and craft activities.  During the pandemic, so individuals did not miss out on their volunteering opportunities a cabin was turned in to a coffee shop!

The team at The Grange are regularly bringing new and exciting opportunities, these have included brewing beer, parties, skills sharing with staff and pamper sessions.

The Grange also has a number of staff who are mindfulness practitioners, a project that was funded through a grant awarded to Friends of Benenden Grange.  Staff deliver mindfulness sessions to individuals and their colleagues!

Telephone
01580 240118

Our Registered Manager
Edward Nash


Wheatfield Drive

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Wheatfield Drive is our smallest residential home.

We provide personal care and accommodation for up to three ladies in Cranbrook.

Set within a quiet residential area, the home is walking distance to the town centre.  The team work closely with the ladies and build robust relationships to ensure that they have access to a range of opportunities and activities.

The ladies have a huge raised bed in their garden and regularly produce fantastic home grown fruit and vegetables.  Fitness and singing feature strongly at Wheatfield Drive!

Contact details

Telephone
01580 715249

Our Registered Manager
Edward Nash


Supported Living

In Cranbrook we have a small supported living services which supports 2 individuals to lead independent lives.  Staff provide tenancy related support as well as support to meet individuals emotional needs.

The support is modelled around the needs of the individuals who live at the home.  Staff support individuals to access opportunities in the local area as well as ensuring they maintain links with family, friends and day services.