The Parkview Society, a voluntary

organisation, is a provider of high

quality residential care and supported

living in the community

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T: 01626 332630          E:                  A: 35a Highweek Village, Highweek, Newton Abbot, Devon, TQ12 1QG

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The Parkview Society is a voluntary not for profit organization with charitable rules, and a provider of high quality residential care and supported living in the community. The organization is governed by the volunteers who sit on the Management Committee.

Friends of Parkview Society

We work from across East to South Devon, managing over 80 units of accommodation in registered care homes and supported housing.  Our visiting services support nearly 300 other clients in the community.


Some 75+ people are employed and the turnover is nearly £2 million per year.  Services are funded via contracts from Councils, Health Trusts and individual service users.

What we do

Membership provides the opportunity to influence and steer the provision of housing, support and care to vulnerable groups in the community.


Members have the opportunity to visit our schemes, meet our staff and residents, and guide the development of the Society.

The roll of our members

The Society has been very fortunate to receive occasional donations and gifts over the years. These have all been put toward enhancing the services we provide, above and beyond what may be normal expectations.

What if you wish to support the work of the Society?

Donations, of any amount, always gratefully accepted and will be acknowledged.



Left: Christmas 2010, Chairman, Roy Hancock MBE, receives the keys to a 7 seat people-carrier, purchased via a donation administered by Dr. Adrian Kendall

The Society, through a caring, motivated and appropriately trained staff team, tailors its services to suit the needs of individuals with mental health issues, learning difficulties, housing difficulties or other vulnerability issues. The Parkview Society respects individual rights to privacy, autonomy and independence, and seeks to develop and maximize potential in safe, secure and homely environments.

Will and Legacies

Life Policies

The Society is pleased to have the opportunity of working alongside Tailored Wealth Financial Management to offer another way of supporting our services.


Enclosed you will find further details of the scheme that offers the Society a financial benefit, linked to whatever monthly contribution participants choose to take on.

All bequests to the Parkview Society will be used to directly enhance the services we provide in the community.

If you choose to assist the Society in any of the ways above, you will be entered on the Register of the Friends of Parkview, and if you choose to receive, we will keep you in touch with the Society’s work and progress.

Register of the Friends of Parkview

Don’t hesitate to contact us if you would like some further information.


The Parkview Society

35A Highweek Village, Highweek

Newton Abbot, TQ12 1QG


Tel/Fax: 01626 332630


Registered under the Industrial and Provident Societies Act 1965.

No. 23703R (Charitable)