Richmond House initially opened in 2005 to provide emergency and respite services, its reputation for providing good quality care was established and more referrals quickly followed. Having successfully completed re-registration in 2006 to also provide permanent care, the home grew from strength to strength.  Accommodation is provided for up to five people living with dementia, learning disabilities, autistic spectrum disorder, mental health, physical and sensory needs, all of whom require support with daily living. 

There are five spacious bedrooms in this detached dormer bungalow, three of which are on the ground floor with their own bathrooms. The home has its own grounds with a secure rear garden   There are many local amenities to enjoy including shops, restaurants, parks and the neighbouring countryside.