Butterfly House, King's Lynn


Butterfly House provides supported accommodation for vulnerable young people aged between 16 and 24 years old, including those with learning difficulties.  Many of the young people are studying at the nearby College of West Anglia.  Close links within the area allow some of our residents to gain experience of working within the community.  We took on responsibility for this service in January 2013 (formerly Plaxtole House), moving to our new premises in November 2015.

The service accommodates 12 young people who reside in two 6 bedroom bungalows.  Each of the residents has their own room and shared bathroom and toilet facilities.  There is a full catering service provided by staff consisting of three meals a day, drinks and snacks, and all residents have their evening meal in the communal dining room.  As part of their ongoing support residents are encouraged to help prepare the meals so they can learn cooking skills for the future. Other facilities available include a lounge area and gardens.

Our staff team is on site 24/7 to look after the well-being of the residents, help them to make the most of their stay, ensure they feel safe, benefit from their studies, and to support them with any other aspects of their life.

Activities are planned with residents to help them socialise with each other, develop new skills and pick up new hobbies. Our goal is that the residents leave us as more independent people better prepared for the next steps in their life.

For more details about Butterfly House, please contact our Head Office on 01603 615670.

Full details on the cost can be downloaded here.

Meet the team

  • Penny Haythorn


  • 01553 771614 (Bungalow 3 - support staff)
  • 01553 763928 (Bungalow 4 - Manager and Admin)
  • King's Lynn,

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Alex used to be a resident at Plaxtole House before the move to Butterfly House, our accommodation centre for vulnerable young people including those with learning difficulties....