The charity's chapel, built shortly after the charity’s foundation in 1181, is used on a regular basis for worship according to the rites of the Church of England. The charity’s chaplain, the Reverend Eileen Tarren, who lives on-site, is available to meet with residents and their families.
Our mission is - to provide relief in need to people living in the beneficial area through the provision of care, housing and grant funding.
Our vision is - to improve quality of life for all vulnerable people.
Our core values - integrity, quality, care, dignity and respect.
These values will run through everything we do.