Our Homes - Angels Meadow

Small things make a big differenceAngels Meadow is a four bedroom Residential Home registered for girls only, that is located in a quiet, rural village in Lincolnshire. It caters for young females who have been involved in or are at risk of Child Sexual Exploitation and require a great support network to remain safe and progress towards positive outcomes. Angels provides a very homely environment, in which the young people can thrive. The staff team at Angels aim to build strong, positive relationships with each individual young person and then concentrate on the individual’s needs and requirements, in order to allow them to progress and develop to their full potential.

As a home, we like to participate in many activities to make the young people’s time at Angels as fun and enjoyable as possible.  In-house we organise pamper nights, themed days and evenings, charity events and also movie days, to name a few. In the local area, there are activities such as trampoline parks, ice skating, visiting seaside resorts, cinema and farm parks, which are always enjoyed by the young people. At times we venture further afield to visit theme parks and attractions such as Thorpe Park, Alton Towers, Madam Tussauds, Blackpool and many more. Dependent on the young people at the home, we also like to try and get away for a few days! Recent holidays have included a very active week’s camping in Wales and a more relaxed caravan break at a coastal location in Lincolnshire.

Some recent achievements for the home include maintaining a good Ofsted rating; successfully progressing young people to return back home to their families and also getting good engagement with education. Recently, a young person who had not engaged in education prior to moving to Angels Meadow, has successfully completed and achieved her Functional Skills certificates and is now attending college full time and is working towards her GCSEs. She has also begun working towards independence, which includes starting to learn to drive.

‘Staff make me pancakes.’

‘Staff support me when I need them to. They also support me when I tell them I don't need it.’

‘I am very grateful to the staff for helping me get back home to my mum.’

If you are making a referral and would like further information about Angels Meadow, please let us know, using the contact details on our website.

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