ShopaholicsNetley Waterside House

Shopaholics

Who fancies a spot of retail therapy? Whether you’re on the lookout for top-range designer handbags or you prefer to go down the ‘cheap and cheerful’ route, this is the break for you.

The North has some excellent shopping facilities including Manchester’s Trafford Centre and Cheshire Oaks Designer Outlet, which offers up to 60% off 140 leading designer brands! We will be taking you to the very best malls and high streets around and it’s never too early to start building up that summer wardrobe, so come along and grab yourself some bargains!



Please note that the following plans are currently correct but may be subject to change in the event of unforeseen circumstances. Unless stated otherwise, excursions can be booked on arrival at the centre, subject to availability. Entry fees may apply at attractions. Guests booking 3 or 4 night breaks may not be able to experience the full programme of activities listed.

Days out

Festival Palace - Basingstoke

Festival Palace - Basingstoke

Festival Palace is Basingstoke's premier shopping destination with options to bring a smile to all. With over 200 shops, pick up the latest fashions, gadgets, homeware and more for you or friends and family. 

Eastleigh

Eastleigh

Come along to explore this vibrant and friendly town, which lies on the beautiful River Itchen - one of England’s premier fly fishing streams.

McArthurGlen's Designer Outlet, Swindon

McArthurGlen's Designer Outlet, Swindon

McArthurGlen’s Swindon Designer Outlet is housed in the beautifully renovated Grade II listed buildings of the Great Western Railway Works and is one of the largest covered designer outlets in Europe.

Date Nights Price From View
25 Oct 17 3 £699

 

We offer 24 hour on-call nursing and personal care, with fully qualified staff available on request all day, every day.

We also have volunteers who provide support and companionship, both at the centre and out on excursions to make sure every guest has a truly fulfilling break.

We can support people with over 150 disabilities including cerebral palsy, multiple sclerosis, stroke, spina bifida, brain damage, arthritis, Parkinson’s disease and Alzheimer’s disease.

We understand that everybody’s care needs are different, so we develop a tailored care package for each disabled guest who comes through our doors. We ask some basic medical questions at the point of booking and request that your GP fills in a medical certificate stating your condition prior to your break. One of our nurses then phones you to discuss your needs and your personal care plan is confirmed on arrival at the centre.



24 hour on-call nursing care

A team of nurses and healthcare assistants on call 24 hours a day


Full board

Three tasty meals a day, all from a seasonal menu


Excellent facilities

Fully accessible centres with specialist equipment available. Supplements may apply


Fantastic excursions

Select four great day trips a week - return transport included. Entrance fees may apply


Brilliant entertainment

This could include live singers, comedians and karaoke


Plenty of support 

Our friendly staff and volunteers are on hand to assist you throughout your stay 

 

Please visit our website for a full list of frequently asked questions.  

 

In order to ensure as many people as possible can enjoy our breaks we fundraise to subsidise all our prices.

Nevertheless, we understand that funding a break may be difficult. There are a number of ways of making a Revitalise break more affordable. We hope the below information is useful, but if you have any questions you are very welcome to call us and discuss your needs on 0303 303 0145 (Monday to Friday, 9am-5pm).

Local Authority funding  

We can advise you on possible funding sources from your local authority.

Many local authorities fund a wide range of schemes to assist disabled people and carers. To find your local authority contact details, visit direct.gov.uk or look at their website. Most local authority websites have a 'Health and Social Care' section where you can find out what services are provided for disabled people and carers.

In addition, your local authority may be able to direct you to other services in your area which may be able to assist you.

External funding  

We may be able to put you in touch with other charities and organisations who may be able to provide funding.

Direct grants

On a limited basis we can provide funding towards the cost of your break from Revitalise's Joan Brander Memorial Fund.  We want to ensure this fund reaches a wide group of people, so grants are unlikely to cover the full cost of a break. There may also be funding available from other organisations such as The Victoria Convalescent Trust and the Florence Nightingale Aid in Sickness Trust. Please contact Sharon Stevens for more information - 0303 303 0145.

Paying by instalments  

If you are paying for your break yourself you can spread the cost over a period of months to help you budget.

Funding guides and resources

Carers UK has a useful Financial Help section on their website, as well as a range of guides to download.
View Carers UK financial help information

FundingCaring is a resource for anyone requiring information on the cost of care, whether for themselves or for someone else. The site provides detailed advice and information on the financial help that's available to assist with the costs of caring.
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21 Oct 17 - 26 Oct 17

£859

7 nights | 1 guest (single room) Change

Staying in

There's always plenty to do if you don't fancy going out

  • Accessible Zumba classes
  • Boccia
  • Quizzes
  • Socialise and enjoy a coffee or drink at the licensed bar
  • Internet access

On the night

There are always great social activities in the evenings

  • Friday night party
  • Live entertainment
  • Karaoke
  • Prize bingo