Heron’s Lodge Day Care is a family owned day centre with a genuine, warm and
happy atmosphere located in a beautiful countryside location.
We opened our doors to a new venture of providing day care to adults on the 1st of September
The lodge consists of a spacious hallway and toilet, leading to a large kitchen / dining area. There are two comfortable sitting rooms all located on the ground floor. Their is also a large disabled bathroom.
It is managed by Sue Poole and Laura Sanders who are both very experienced and qualified members of our care team. The managers has been
responsible for Adult Care for over 20 years, so present and prospective clients will be
guaranteed a pleasurable, varied day.
The objective is to provide a fun and stimulating day.
We can cater up to 12 clients a day, with very limited spaces now available.
Able elderly adults who are in need of some company and a ‘day out’ of their normal routine from home life.
People with mild disabilities who want to make some new friends.
Elderly Adults living with dementia.
10:00 am – Arrive
10:15 am – Tea / Coffee / Biscuits
10:30 am – Activities – Cards / Board games / Quiz / Art’s & Craft
12:30 pm – Lunch
1:15 pm – Tea / Coffee / Biscuits
1:30 pm – Siesta / Relaxation
2:00 pm – Activities – Cards / Board games / Cooking / Art’s & Craft
3:00 pm – Tea / Coffee / Biscuits
4:00 pm – Home time
Monday to Friday. 10:00am – 4:00pm
A cooked lunch is provided. Beverages and snacks are also provided throughout the day.
Vegetarian and allergies are catered for.
Please call us on 01237 475517 for current rates.
If you have any further questions or would like to arrange an informal visit, please contact us using
the telephone number, or form below
Leave Bideford from the main Heywood Road Roundabout, and take the 1st exit (A39) signposted Bude/Camelford. Follow this road for 1 mile, taking the right hand turning, signposted Westward Ho! Continue along this road for approximately 400 meters, and take the second turning on the left towards Herons Lea (sign post at end of drive). Herons Lodge is the second last detached property with the disabled ramp outside.