Day of support and prayer!

Saturday 5th October 2024

We would love you to join us for our second day of support and prayer for Living Springs!

This in-person event is an opportunity for anyone who would like to support the work we do with families. We’ll start with a prayer breakfast, where we’ll share breakfast together, and then bring Living Springs and all of the work we are involved in to God in prayer. Then there will be an opportunity to get involved in practical outdoor maintenance, such as painting, clearing overgrowth and tending some garden areas. Children are welcome to both sessions.

Join us for either or both of the sessions!

Book into the sessions through eventbrite

Prayer Breakfast

Practical Session


This is a new area for Living Springs, please visit us again shortly to discover more about this exciting development

Clap for our NHS and Social Care Workers

We have seen lots of videos of you all clapping and cheering for your NHS and Social Care Workers over the last couple of weeks. This has made Thursday evenings a special time for everyone.

We would like to thank all of our neighbours and friends for their ongoing support. Here at Living Springs, many of our staff are classified as Key Workers and so it has been very important to us to know we have the support of friends and families, local communities and the nation.

Our staff have been committed to ensuring the centre has run as normally as possible in the current circumstances. We have policies in place that mirror the Government guidelines and our staff have worked tirelessly to ensure that the we keep our families and ourselves safe.

We cannot thank you all enough for your continued support at this time. Check out our Instagram posts to see our “rainbows of hope” that we have displayed all around the centre. As well as the other ways #FriendsOfLivingSprings have been supporting us at this time.

Summertime at Living Springs

We always receive lots of compliments from our visitors about how wonderful our site is. But especially at this time of year. The main house is often the focus of our centre, however there is so much more.

The grass is cut, the flowers are blooming, and the herbs are in full display. Being based in the countryside allows our families to experience a taste of the rural life. With tractors travelling past, birds singing and a bumblebee flying by. If you’re lucky, you’ll see bunny rabbits and pheasants roaming the grounds. The odd frog or two as well.

We pride ourselves on our location. Our location provides a calm, nurturing environment away from the hustle and bustle of city life, this allows time to reflect and relax. Check out our Instagram posts to see a little pocket of sunshine.