A massive thank you to Boundary Mill for donating left over food, following their closure due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

We are extremely grateful and will put it to good use.

We would also like to say thank you to Joanne and Sean from the Beehive for donating left-over stock following their closure.

We will be using it to help make meals for our residents at Pearey House.


They are amazing people, and we would highly recommend paying them a visit once life gets back to normal.


With the continued uncertainty of the spread of coronavirus, I wanted to keep everybody informed of the stops we are taking at Pearey House to protect staff, residents and people that use our service.

We are following government guidelines and would be really grateful if anyone who needs to visit would call at the main house first. We are contacting everyone who uses our service regularly to ensure they are safe.

Residents are being well looked after but for their own health and well being keeping as much distance as possible.

Staff are working tirelessly to keep everything clean, providing meals and support to anyone who requires our services.


A huge thank you to them for their flexibility and commitment in these strange and unknown times.


If we can help anyone or you know of someone in the community who is struggling please contact us.


Many thanks,


Helen Farrow
Centre Manager.

Work Starts on Conservatory

We are happy to announce that work has now started to reinstate the original conservatory to Pearey House.

Thank you to anyone that has made donations towards the cost.

We are very excited, but would like to advise visitors that our car park is very busy and to take care.