JASMINE HOUSE is a modern, purpose-built bungalow at Highlands Farm
Highlands Farm is also known as the South of England Rare Breeds Centre, a tourist attraction offering training to people with learning disabilities. The Rare Breeds Centre is home to several of The Trust's life skills projects, offering involvement in farming, horticulture, catering, art and crafts. There is a sensory room on site.
The Flats there are five self-contained flats within Jasmine. Each with its own good sized bed-sitting room, en-suite bathroom and kitchen/diner there is a communal laundry room. There is access to a large communal garden with patio and B-B-Q.
The village of Woodchurch is approximately 1 mile away. There is a church, village hall, 2 public houses, post office, general stores and doctors' surgery. Residents are supported and encouraged to be part of the local community and use the facilities.
Getting around - Highlands Farm is situated on the B2067 between Hamstreet and Tenterden. There is an hourly bus service to Ashford or Tenterden where there are many amenities e.g. leisure centre, cinemas, shopping centres, library and bowling alley. There is a main line station with trains to London, Canterbury and Dover.
In addition to, and separate from, the Tenancy Agreement, COT Community Support Services can provide a tenant with assistance in their daily living activities and provide skill development and Life Skills opportunities. Where a tenant requires this service COT will agree with them an individually tailored Care Agreement.