We have a large open plan lounge & dinning area, commercial standard kitchen, fully accessible bathing, laundry facility and a multi purpose room
ATTENTION! COVID-19 UPDATE
The Bradbury Centre is suspending our service until we are given guidance from the NHS as to our position during this crisis. Anyone in the community who is needing assistance please call 01863766772
The Bradbury Centre
The Bradbury Centre is well positioned in Bonar Bridge, with views across the Kyle of Sutherland. The Centre is well known within the community and has built a good reputatuon for the services we provide to the older community members. We are co-located with the Medical Centre and the new Migdale Hospital which makes it ideal for supporting local older people in recovery from illness or those receiving Rehabilitation and Reablement Service.
If you would like to make a donation to the Bradbury Centre please use the link to MyDonate.
MyDonate is a BT service provided free for charities, fundraisers and donors. BT is helping charities and MyDonate is a part of that commitment.
Just to remind everyone that we are delivering your prescriptions, shopping, posting letters etc. also providing hot meals to vulnerable members of our community. Call on 01863 766772. So far we have delivered as far as Altass, Edderton, Spinningdale, Culrain and our local villages, the number of deliveries are rising daily today we have reached 15 so far by 11am. Deliveries are free of charge.At this time we have 3 staff working and one volunteer but as time goes on we will be using further volunteers. Thank you for staying at home and allowing us to help. Lorraine Askew
WHAT IS THE BRADBURY CENTRE? The Bradbury Centre is a purpose built centre for the over 60’s and those with special needs. The building of the Bradbury Centre was started in the autumn of 1997 and opened in June 1998 . We are a Health and Well-being Centre covering East Sutherland, Tain, Dornoch and surrounding areas providing activities that help people maintain their physical and mental health. Although generally for the over 60s, if younger disabled people would like to participate they are made welcome. The Bradbury Centre is well positioned in Bonar Bridge, with views across the Kyle of Sutherland. The Centre is well known within the community
The Creich Croick and Kincardine District Day Care Association is a limited company with charitable status setup in 1997 for the specific purpose of providing a service to the local community. The Centre was build from funds raised locally and continues to rely on fund raising and donations. The Centre takes its name from its main benefactor, the Bradbury Foundation. The Association is supported and part funded by Highland Council for the services which the Centre provides. Location: Cherry Grove, Bonar Bridge, Iv24 3ER, Sutherland Opening Times: Monday 9.00am – 3.00pm Tuesday 9.00am – 2.00pm Wednesday 9.00am – 2.30pm Friday 9.00am – 3.00pm Registered Charity
The first turf being cut at Cherry Grove the site of the new centre. Pictured are Alice Grant and Sir Allan Gilmour. How it started During 1993/94 it became apparent to Social Services that there was an urgent requirement for a purpose built Day Care Centre for the elderly in the Bonar Bridge/Ardgay area. At that time the Day Care unit was operating from the Ardgay Church Hall and although the Social Services were extremely grateful it was deemed unfit for long term use. After discussions with the local community, Age Concern, W.R.V.S , Voluntary Groups (East Sutherland)and various other statutory Bodies a Committee was