Coppice Care’s development of four residential care bungalows has been purpose-designed and built to provide the highest standard of accommodation.

Each fully wheelchair-accessible bungalow has four individual en suite bedrooms, with the option of either a bath or ‘wet-room’ style shower, providing service users with complete privacy as and when they wish. The bedrooms have appropriate locks for use and we encourage service users to personalise their bedrooms to create a comforting safe haven.

Each bungalow also includes extensive communal space, including a lounge, dining room, kitchen and separate laundry room and the properties are decorated and furnished to a high standard throughout.

Although each bungalow is self-contained, our service has been designed as a mini-community, with service users benefiting from interaction with other service users and staff both in their own bungalow and the others in the complex.

To support socialising, particularly during the summer months, there are no individual gardens for the bungalows. Instead, they have been incorporated into one large outdoor space, which is surrounded by fencing for privacy and security.

Our service is conveniently located for access to the busy community of Burgess Hill and its wide range of shops, markets, nature reserves, places to eat and drink and leisure activities, including the Triangle leisure centre and the Orion cinema.

There are numerous colleges and adult education opportunities in Burgess Hill and nearby towns as well as a number of day centres and support groups for people with learning disabilities and physical disabilities.

Burgess Hill is also home to the headquarters of the Disabilities Trust, which provides services for people with profound physical impairments, acquired brain injury, learning disabilities and autism.

As well as good rail and road links to destinations including Brighton, Chichester, Gatwick Airport and London, Burgess Hill is situated in the Sussex Weald and surrounded by beautiful countryside. With two Nature Reserves in the town itself, Burgess Hill is also on the edge of the spectacular South Downs National Park providing excellent opportunities for walks, scenic drives, horse riding and a host of other leisure pursuits.