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Creative Residentials

Creative Residentials

About this provider

Creative Residentials are supported holidays you can trust, independent in providing traditional breaks for adults with learning, intellectual or physical disabilities in country and coastal villages, staying in beautiful Victorian school houses and premium country enclaves.

One of the reasons we are different is we embrace guests as adult individuals engaged in creative and satisfying days supported by a sensitive care package as needed, rather than being a 'care organisation taking people on holiday.' Full holiday packages start at £505 for 5 days; less for long weekends.

Expect summer sun and beaches, hot chocolate over autumnal sunsets, winter wonderlands, and spring visits to destinations we have all to ourselves. Or you can join us for an early Christmas celebration, Land Rover adventure with picnics upon tartan blankets, steam train journey, or drawing and painting outside

Contact details

Address:
The BGCA Charity Grange Road Kingston-Upon-Hull, East Riding of Yorkshire HU9 4LQ

Telephone:
01482 781863

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I went with Creative Residentials to North Yorkshire, in the Land Rover; I sat up front with John for the drive there. We drove up into the country to stay in a large country school house. I do volunteer work for the Creative Residentials supported holidays so we did some training first – I’m their ambassador as I go on most holidays and I like to meet new people. It was a quiet and a relaxing weekend and we went out every day to different places; we also did some music sessions for a few nights.

The rest of the week was really good in the house which slept eleven people. On the Saturday night we all went in the village pub around the corner from the house, and had tea. The rest of the week we cooked our own meals. We went to see the steam trains, drove to Staithes on the coast and saw Captain Cook’s house, bought kippers in Whitby, walked as best we could in the country, and visited Goathland where Heartbeat was filmed. It wasn’t a good week – it was a suburb week!" Peter Wadforth

Care Quality Commission

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