Rock Foundation UK – Caistor Site
Supported Living Services, inc. Social Enterprise Projects
Rock’s Caistor site was formerly known as Top Farm and sits on ten acres of land, which is actually part of the Lincolnshire Wolds.
Since then extensive renovations have been made to the Grade Two listed farm house and near by buildings, with an addition of a mezzanine linking the buildings together. Within the building we have safe and secure accommodation providing supported living for up to 12 residents with learning disabilities, as well as day care services that additional students attend.
As part of Rock’s student workshop facilities, service users are supported and encouraged to participate in the day to day activities. These include serving in the tea rooms as well as many other activities and social enterprise projects, both indoors and outdoors. Our Caistor site also provides opportunities for the students from our Heneage Road day services, to take part in practical workshops and supported work placements.
Other facilities open to the public include: Tea Rooms, Family Room, Gift Shop, Sweet Shop, Hand-made Garden Furniture on sale, Community Gardens, Outdoor Workshops and much much more.
Located just off the A46: 23 Grimsby Rd, Caistor, Market Rasen, LN7 6RJ Directions to Rock Caistor Site >
Winter opening times
Monday to Friday 9:30am – 4.30pm
Saturday 9:30am – 4:30pm
Reserve a table at Caistor Tea Rooms: 01472 859075
Tearooms at Caistor
Open Tuesday to Saturday 9.30am to 4.30pm. The tearooms are very popular offering a warm welcome to everybody with a very friendly atmosphere. Adjacent to the dining room is a well equipped family room for families with young children.
The site is also popular with walkers as ‘The Viking Way’ runs across our land, which is also the highest point of the Lincolnshire Wolds.
Vintage Car enthusiasts enjoy a display on our site once a month. We also have regular cyclists and bikers visiting most weekends in the summer.
Community Gardens at Caistor
Our Caistor site also has a community allotment growing organic vegetables, where many devoted volunteers help to manage and maintain the crops, including those from the local Lions Club.