Miller Ark

Today we had Millers ark come to Woodlarks with various farm animals such as pigs, sheep and goats. Many of our residents love animals and as it is the beginning of spring it is the perfect time for them to come to Woodlarks. This year the staff member from millers ark took the lambs and

July 4th BBQ

On the 4th of July we held an America themed day. We decorated our dining room with American flags and 0ur day Centre made headbands for both residents and staff to wear. One of our staff members cooked a BBQ outside while the residents got seated at their tables and got their order taken. We

Welcome to our new furry friends!

Say hello to Cream and Ginger! Cream is on the left, and on the right is Ginger! They are brothers, and have been a great delight to the residents. Both are very sweet and cuddly. The residents have created a rota in which they all pitch in and help take care of the rabbits. They

Care Assistant Vacancy

We are recruiting for Care Assistants either experienced or inexperienced as full training will be given. If you are looking to further your career in Care we encourage all our staff to achieve their NVQ’s and first and foremost their Care Certificate. Full in house training will be given including all mandatory training. Our residents

Summer BBQ

Summer means its time to get the barbecue sizzling with delicious BBQ meat. The residents and staff had no better way to make the most of the good weather on Monday than enjoying good food in the sunshine!

Stonehenge – Stone Circle

The residents enjoyed a walk around the Stone Circle – a centrepiece of any visit to the Stonehenge and Avebury World Heritage Site. With a history spanning 4,500 years Stonehenge has many different meanings to people today. It is a wonder of the world, a spiritual place and a source of inspiration. The Stone Circle

Pamper Day

The staff organised a pamper day experience for the residents. This provided them with an opportunity to create shared experiences and enjoy a day of relaxation and tranquillity.

Weekend activities

At the Woodlarks Centre we enhance the well-being of disabled people through delivering activities that helps develop the skills they need to run their day-to-day lives. Our well-trained staff have extensive experience of working with groups with mixed needs and abilities. Due to the lockdown we have seen the need to open our Activity centre


Our residents have been out and about , John, Michael and Jo had a lovely morningĀ  fishing at MBK Leisure Pump Station Fishery in Greatham. John caught a common carp.