Larchfield Community

Introducing 'Fireblade 1'

The garden workshop is a full half mile away from Teyva house where Joe lives and he began to think it would be easier and quicker to have a bike to ride to the workshops. Having had a go on Debbie's trike Joe decided to go ahead and buy a trike for himself, now known as 'Fireblade 1'.

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A Very Sweet Success

The smell of coffee and sweet cake hung in the air as the doors opened on Larchfield's fundraising coffee morning in the nearby village of Great Ayton. The community and friends of the community had united to offer a magnificent selection of cakes, plenty of bric a brac, an enticing tombola and beautiful craft work. 

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Eyes Down for a Full House!

The Larchfield Learn to Lead team had the idea of raising funds to buy some monogrammed hoodies that they could wear when representing Larchfield at Regional Forums and at Family Days but how could they achieve this? Stephen McGechan, Glenn Havelock and Amanda Long came up with a Bingo, Pie and Peas night which would be a fun way of getting people together as well as raising money for the hoodies. First step was a poster ably designed by Stephen.    

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From coffee cup to wrestling ring

Joe Scott is a familiar and welcoming face behind the counter of the Larchfield Café but away from the lattes and cappuccinos Joe's passion is American Wrestling and not just as a fan, he is a regular in the ring too!

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Lee makes the move to Larchfield

Lee Farnaby first came to Larchfield as a Day Placement in 2014. He had previously attended Upsall Hall at Swan's Corner but when that closed down he was one of the first to transfer to Larchfield. Fast forward now to Monday, 5th February 2017 when Lee achieved his dream of coming to live in Leven House.

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