Aelred's Grange






Oak seats are placed at some of the most beautiful sites in Aelreds Grange, each with an inscription "Rest for the Weary' and a history of how they came to be made from wood reclaimed from windows of a York church, Saint Aelreds.
You can follow their journey here.

The beauty and peace of Aelred's Grange provide rest and sustenance for those that are weary, those for whom life is an uphill struggle, those losing hope, and those whose energies have all but been worn out by the long hours of caring for relatives and friends in need of support.

We are working with charities, religious and faith groups, and social care agencies, to offer Group Visits to Aelred's Grange.
If you would like to visit us, give our details to your contacts for them to discuss with us how best to arrange visits.

We are particularly concerned for all the many thousands of unpaid carers,
young and old, who tirelessly help relatives in the home.

Work with us to help them. Contact:

Aelred's Grange is situated in Upper Nidderdale, just north of Pateley Bridge and How Stean Gorge cafe
in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) in North Yorkshire.