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What We Do

Accomodation

Accommodation

The Foyer complex offers a wonderful amount of space and excellent views of Blackpool and the Shandon area. Its facilities include:

Bedrooms:

Bedroom
All 18 bedrooms ahve an en-suite shower room and are fully furnished to an exceptional standard. Each bedroom is kitted with:

  • Single bed and bedside locker
  • Wardrobe and dressing table
  • Curtains
  • Fridge

Residents need to provide their own bedding, cutlery, pots and pans. If successful applicants do not have any of these items, we strongly advise them to speak to their Welfare Officer who should be able to help them.

Residents are issued with their own room key, electronic door fob and post box so they can come and go from the Foyer as they wish.

 

Communal Rooms:

Kitchen 1
The Foyer is equipped with fantastic facilities, some specifically for Foyer resident use and some for use by Foyer visitors and the general public. Facilities include:

  • Communal lounge with Sky TV, drinks vending machine and a table tennis table
  • Computer suite with internet access
  • Fully equipped training facilities
  • Laundry room and a communal kitchen
  • We also display an array of general information available

TV room

External Area:

The Foyer is set in large grounds providing ample car parking facilities and a perfect venue to hold small community events. Resident car owners are issued a car parking slot. At the rear of the Foyer is a large toddler play park, pet farm, Garden Cafe and seating area which is an ideal place to visit with any visiting family members.

 

Use of Office Facilities:

At the discretion of the duty staff member, the Foyer will allow residents 24 hour access to the use of its office equipment and facilities, if it helps towards a resident's personal development. The facilities include: photocopier, laminator, laptop computer, printer, camera, video camera, telephone and limited stationery.

All residents are expected to sign up to a License Agreement (contract) between the Foyer and the resident. The License operates for a period of six months subject to the resident's ability to live within the stipulations of the License Agreement and the Codes of Behaviour which is continually monitired and reviewed.

During the induction period, residents will receive a handbook with lots of useful information that will help them settle in faster and understand the Foyer and its ethos.