Our mission is to offer quality homes and services for people whose needs are not met by the open market.
Young residents and staff at the Exeter Foyer in Commercial Road invited members of the local community to don fancy dress and get involved in a mile-long final fun-run around Exeter Quay last week to mark the end of the Foyer Health Action Project. The three-month fitness initiative aims to educate 16-21 year-olds living in supported accommodation on the importance of health, fitness and living a well-balanced life-style. The project was organised by Foyer operator Stonewater, one of the UK’s leading housing providers.
Robert Whyte House (RWH), a social housing scheme in Oldfield Road, Bickley for over 55s run by leading social housing provider Stonewater, opened its doors this month to the new Sweet Memories café for dementia sufferers, their carers and families in the Bromley community. The tranquil eatery, located within RWH’s beautiful dining room, will offer a range of tasty snacks and hot and cold drinks every Wednesday from 2.00pm to 4.30pm.
A talented team of Stonewater footballers has narrowly missed out on the cup final at a charity five-a-side tournament in Bristol which raised £2,750 for ASK St Nicholas, a specialist after school club for children with learning difficulties.