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Now accepting enquiries from families and professionals who may wish to use Grace House for short breaks.

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Grace House children’s charity welcomes children and young people from across the North East, with complex disabilities, health needs and life limiting conditions. We provide a fun, safe, exciting environment where children can come and live life to the full.

“Grace House is the missing link in the North East for children like our daughter, Abigail. This facility would allow our whole family to embrace true respite, knowing that Abigail is happy and content. Having visited Grace House and experienced the warmth of the staff, and seeing the brilliant facility we know how happy Abigail will be. She took an instant shine to the surroundings and has constantly talked about Grace House. We know that she will be very happy, which means our family will be happy! This is an inspirational facility!”

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Latest News

The Arts continue to grow at Grace House
19 April 2016

This month has seen the beginning of our New Leaf participatory arts project at Grace House with artist Gilly Rogers delivering exciting, interactive, accessible art workshops to redesign part of the Grace House gardens. The project was developed with support from The Cultural Spring, an Arts Council funded project working in Sunderland and South Tyneside.

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