Welcome to Yatton House

Our Aims

Yatton House Society is committed to developing the individual with a learning/physical disability by initiating and organising activities aimed at maximising individual progression.

This incorporates: Personal growth, Community knowledge, Fellowship, Self help, Social Skills, Further Education, Leisure Activities, Craftwork, Counselling, Home economics and much more.

Clients from the surrounding areas including North Yorkshire and Middlesbrough can access the Day Service. Please contact us for further details on 01642 722380 or email info@yattonhouse.org.uk

Our Roots

Yatton House was developed in 1976 from a youth club in Great Ayton dedicated to the physically and mentally disabled - a need which had been identified by the Archbishop of York in a letter to local Parish Churches. During 1980 a number of parents with disabled youngsters discovered that beyond the years of statutory education, there were few facilities available in the form of day care, highlighting a danger that that impetus of earlier school education could be lost. Following meetings with Social Services Yatton House Society was born in 1981 - 'The International Year of the Disabled.'

The Co-operative

Thanks to Co-op!!

A BIG THANK YOU to the Coop and its members for donating their 1% from their membership.                                              

Because of the amazing amount raised, £4423 from the Stokesley area and £3061 from the Great Ayton area we can purchase several computers for the Cyber Cafe. Due to refurbishment this will take some time but the computers can still be used by the members of Yatton  House in the mean time.