The Manor house looks out over one of our lovely gardens which is open for all our visitors to enjoy.
Emmaus Communities enable people to move on from homelessness, providing work and a home in a supportive, family environment. Companions, as residents are known, work full time collecting and reselling donated furniture. This work supports the Community financially and enables residents to develop skills, rebuild their self-respect and help others in greater need.
Companions receive accommodation, food, clothing and a small weekly allowance, but for many, the greatest benefit is a fresh start. To join a Community, they sign off unemployment benefits and agree to participate in the life and work of the Community to the best of their abilities.
Emmaus is a secular movement, spanning 36 countries, with 20 Communities in the UK. Each Community aims to become self-supporting, with any surplus donated to others in need.