Meadow Lodge at Lea Green. Freedom, Relaxation, Support.

Our early bird offer takes flight!

Book now to get 20% off our summer activity week

summer activity week

We are running a residential week of accessible activities at Lea Green Learning and Development Centre this summer. If you book before the end of June, you can save 20% off!

Exciting outdoor activities on offer range from archery, rock climbing, canoeing, ropes courses and team games! Our inclusive activities are ideal for children and adults with disabilities, learning difficulties and additional needs. Click on the below links for further information (opens up a new window). 

Activ-ability week dates:

If you are interested in joining us, you can stay for the whole week, part of the week or just a day, you decide! Full board and accommodation is included if you stay for the whole week. 

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Activ-ability days

Spaces throughout 2015

If you can't make the above summer dates, don't worry! We still have some spaces left on our individual activity days with lunch provided. Click on the links below to find out more.


Disability Rocks

Have you got your ticket?

Join us on Saturday 9th May 

We are hosting the Midlands date of the Disability Rocks Big Tour! The day will be filled with music and arts performances made accessible for people with additional needs and visitors will have the chance to take part in fully inclusive activities. 
Book your tickets here!

Meadow Lodge break

Book an unforgettable stay

Fully accessible accommodation

Meadow Lodge offers purpose built accommodation for people with additional needs. Set within the grounds of Lea Green Centre, guests can choose to take part in a variety of optional accessible activities or simply relax and enjoy some respite in the Derbyshire countryside. 

We welcome a range of visitors from school groups and families to carers supporting individuals who we see on a regular basis. For more information about the facilities at Meadow Lodge and booking a stay with us, call our team on 01629 534561 or click here to find out more (opens up a new window).


There is a new support helpline available in Rotherham for victims and survivors of Child Sexual Exploitation. This new helpline is provided by the NSPCC on behalf of Rotherham Council . It is a single point of contact for all victims, is confidential and available 24/7. Please circulate the helpline number in schools and colleges.


The helpline telephone number is: 0800 7319 256

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See also the Rotherham 'Standing Together' Campaign website; you can register to pledge your support and access resources on signs and indicators of CSE and where to get help:


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