Lupton House is a Grade II* listed building set in beautiful parkland. The House has a long and interesting history with the first records dating back to the Doomsday survey of 1086.
The aim of the Lupton project is to create a thriving centre for the wellbeing of the community, community groups, charities and social enterprises which will be financially self-sustainable through a combination of renting space, support, training, social enterprise, volunteering and events.
The project is underpinned by an environmentally sustainable plan for the building and grounds which will include minimising the environmental impact of the organisation and those using its facilities. In short, the restoration and refurbishment of Lupton will create a community of hope and opportunity for all who are in need of better health and social support.