Goldcrest House is Awarded Investors in People

We’re really proud to announce we have achieved the Investors in People award.

Well done to the team for making this possible, hard work but very much worth it – great achievement.

IMG_0563Thank you to Chris for helping us place our certificate in pride of place.


Enjoying the Goldcrest House Garden

Enjoying the Goldcrest House Garden this year.

Summer is really treating us this year and here at Goldcrest House we are enjoying our outside space.IMG_2146

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Making the most of it our planters and hanging baskets are receiving extra special attention to bring colour and cheer to our courtyard and garden.IMG_2147

Extra special mention has to go to our service users who take the time to care for the plants, mow the lawn and craft garden ornaments for all to enjoy.


Job Opportunity at Goldcrest House

Would you like to work in autism care? We have a position for an experienced Senior Support Worker.

Covering maternity leave we’re offering extremely competitive rates and a great team environment.

Job opportunity at Goldcrest HouseIf you have experience in care, leadership and medication administration, can drive, and looking for a change in environment then we would love to hear from you!

To enquire and request an application form please call the team at 01405 763607 or email trishpatrickson@btconnect.com


Goldcrest House Raise Funds for Scunthorpe School

Goldcrest House raise £350 for Scunthorpe School St Hugh’s School, an outstanding special school for students between the ages of 11 and 19 years, who have a range of learning difficulties, including moderate and severe learning difficulties, autism spectrum disorders, profound and complex needs.IMG_2141

Service users and staff organised a cake stall, held a tombola, and released sponsored balloons during Autism Awareness Day to raise money for the school who will use the money to add a bit of extra fun to break and play times.

Making the fundraising extra special, members of the school council were able to attend a presentation event at Goldcrest House where service users presented a cheque and had the opportunity to discuss how the money might be used.