Our Services

Our Services

An overview of our services are;

The Cree Centre - We provide centre and community based opportunities for adults with Profound and Multiple Learning Disability.

Fairview Farm - residential home which was an old farmhouse set in large gardens

Mothers Group - founded in 1980 by a group of Mothers/Carers, whose children had learning disabilities.

Gateway - Anyone who is 18 years of age or older can take part in the Gateway Award. There is no upper age limit.

The Cree Centre

The Cree Centre is a purpose-built day centre offering personalised support to enable adults with profound and multiple disabilities to participate in a wide range of physical and creative activities.

Professional, qualified and caring staff will support you to access opportunities within the Centre and the local community. Nothing is too much trouble.

We know that to get the most out of your life you need to feel as fit and healthy as possible. Our team are on hand to support you with your health needs allowing you to get on enjoying your activities.

Opening times:

Monday 9.00am - 4.00pm
Tuesday 9.00am - 4.00pm
Wednesday 9.00am - 4.00pm
Thursday 9.00am - 4.00pm
Friday 9.00am - 4.00pm

Open weekdays except Bank Holidays, August Bank Holiday week and the Christmas period

For more information contact The Cree Centre on 01476 566050 or email: annette.tweedie@granthammencap.co.uk

The Cree Centre Gallery

Fairview Farm

Fairview Farm is an old farmhouse in large gardens. Support is provided across two separate buildings. Everyone has their own support plan and are helped to choose how they spend their time. A busy social life is very important to people who live at Fairview Farm.

Fairview Farm is registered with the Care Quality Commission and adheres to the fundamental standards of quality and safety to comply with the Health and Social Care Act 2008. We have been awarded 5 stars by South Kesteven District Council and we work within a framework agreement with Lincolnshire County Council.
We support people to have happy lives by having:
Helpful staff who have keyworking responsibilities , A choice of where to live and socialise, Personal Bedrooms, Good Food, Fun Activities, Holidays.
We offer short breaks to adults with a learning disability. For an informal chat please contact the manager, details below!

For further information on the services provided at Fairview Farm contact us on 01476 565660 or email: liz.grimwood@granthammencap.co.uk

Fairview Farm is regulated by the Care Quality Commission. Their address is:
CQC National Customer Service Centre
Newcastle upon Tyne

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Fairview Farm
CQC overall rating
Requires improvement




Fairview Farm Gallery

Mothers Group

Grantham Mencap Mothers Group was founded in 1980 by a group of Mothers/Carers, whose children had learning disabilities.

Concerned about the immediate and long-term future for their children, they met with Representatives from education, health and Social Services to try and improve the services offered to them.

Many felt that just to meet with others in the same situation was a great help, to talk over problems and support one another.

"Many of our children are now adults, we still meet once a month for a coffee and chat, helping one another with the various difficulties we face."

We welcome new Mums/Carers and can provide support, for example to find out where to get help.
We meet on the second Wednesday of the month (except August) from 10.00 am at Fairview Farm Residential Home.

For further information please contact: Mrs Margaret Beecham on 01476 565735

Mothers Group Gallery


Gateway runs on Mondays and Thursdays at The Cree Centre and caters for 18+ age range.
See our flier here:
For more information please contact The Cree Centre on 01476 566 050