The Cedars

The Cedars | About

The Cedars is our third residential childcare provision here at The Beeches, opening its doors on Conquest Drove, Farcet in 2020. It is a residential care home for children with learning difficulties and challenging behaviour.

The home provides a family atmosphere for young people at a time of change, undertaking preparation for placement work through assessing the potential for success and assisting in the development of all of our young people.

  • Registered to care for four children aged between 8 and 18 years of age.
  • 52 week a year residential care.
  • Fully equipped staff office.
  • Gated access, surrounded by fields and horse stables providing a tranquil environment.
  • 4 well-appointed bedrooms, all with en-suite bathrooms.
  • ‘Chillout room’ with a table tennis table, smart TV, beanbags and games. It can also be used as an area for sensory needs.
  • Sporting equipment available.
  • Community resources such as sports facilities, cinemas etc. available nearby.

Registered Manager: Debbie Briggs

  • Ceders Front Gate
  • Ceders Exterior with Tree
  • Ceders Hallway
  • Ceders Hallway 3
  • Ceders Kitchen
  • Ceders Kitchen 2
  • Ceders Living Area
  • Ceders Living Room
  • Ceders Hallway
  • Ceders Game Room
  • Ceders Game Room
  • Ceders Chillout Room
  • Ceders Chillout Room
  • Ceders Bedroom
  • Ceders Bedroom
  • Ceders Bedroom 3
  • Ceders Bedroom 4
  • Ceders Bedroom 5
  • Ceders Garden
  • Ceders Garden with Trampoline
  • Ceders Garden with Basketball net
  • Ceders Garden Outside Area
  • Ceders Bathroom
  • Ceders Bathroom

The Guildhall Building – The Guildhall, Peterborough by Dylan Moore, CC BY-SA 2.0, via Wikimedia Commons. Peterborough Cathedral – DAVID ILIFF, CC BY-SA 3.0, via Wikimedia Commons. Peterborough Town Hall Exterior – Peterborough Town Hall by Julian Dowse, CC BY-SA 2.0, via Wikimedia Commons

Local area

The Cedars is located in the village of Farcet, within Peterborough, Cambridgeshire.

It is only a few miles away from Peterborough City Centre, between Yaxley and the Peterborough suburb of Old Fletton.

Peterborough is a Cathedral City with good rail, bus and road network links that are easily accessible.

Peterborough offers a variety of things to do and see, from heritage attractions to countryside walks and nature reserves.

It is also perfect for those that love outdoor activities such as swimming, golf and fishing.