Waverley is operated by the charity Kenilworth Community Care from a building owned by Warwickshire County Council. All main facilities are on one level and there is a lift to access the upstairs which comprises of a Hairdressing salon, offices and meeting rooms. There are plenty of accessible toilet facilities Clients refer themselves or via family and carers
Costs All clients pay for their lunch and beverages one month in advance. Private clients pay a day care charge directly to the centre monthly in advance.
Staffing 1 full time manager and 5 carers, 1 cleaner All staff have a variety of training reflecting their roles Volunteers There are 20 people who give their time to support the work in a variety of roles. See Volunteer Opportunities.
How Waverley is managed
Kenilworth Community Care is a Company Limited by Guarantee (company no.5019104) registered as Charity no. 1105054. The Company's registered office is Waverley Day Centre, 65 Waverley Road, Kenilworth, CV8 1JL The object of this not for profit company is identical to that of the former Kenilworth Community Care Council, from which it took over all operations at the beginning of November 2004, that is to promote the welfare of the elderly, and persons suffering from mental or physical ill health, and the mentally and physically handicapped, in any manner which is or hereafter may be deemed by law to be charitable, within the town of Kenilworth and its vicinity. In particular it shall: - Foster co-operation and communication between voluntary organisations which have an interest in promoting the social welfare of those in need in the community; - Manage the Waverley Day Centre; and - Initiate any action to further its objects as the company shall think fit. Individual persons who reside in Kenilworth or its vicinity who support the objects of the Company and have attained the age of 18 may be admitted into Membership of the Company at the discretion of the Management Committee. Unincorporated associations, companies, societies, statutory agencies, local authorities and any other organisations based in or operating in Kenilworth and its vicinity which support the objects of the Company may also be admitted into membership of the Company.
MEET THE TEAM
The following are Trustee/Directors of the Company and form the Management Committee: David Lansdowne - Chair Jeremy Eastaugh - Treasurer Steve Luff Anita Dalton Felicity Bunker
Vivien Small -
Secretary to the Trustees Jill Blake -
Anne Cross - Centre Manager Sue Hutchcox -
Helene Clark -
Administrator Carers: Ann Vowles Eileen Davis Melanie Kettle Linda Bench Mary-Lynne Blackburn The staff are supported by an excellent team of volunteers.