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Our Evergreen home is a three-bedroom property in a rural setting designed for 1:1 care for one child.

“A stunning home set in a relaxing rural village on the border of Nottinghamshire and Leicestershire. It's perfect for young people.”

Member of staff at NCC



Evergreen is a beautiful three-bedroom detached home situated within a picturesque village which is located on the border of Nottinghamshire and Leicestershire within the Belvoir Castle estate.

The home is staffed by an outstanding group of Residential Care Workers offering 1:1 support, 24 hours a day. The care staff facilitate group work which focuses on vital life skills such as self-esteem, identity, self-worth and social problem solving. The home aims to achieve positive outcomes for children and young people in our care.

At Evergreen:

  • Stunning rural home for up to three children
  • Mixed gender
  • Specialist staff working with younger children in emotional and behavioural difficulties
  • High quality care from an experienced team
  • Access to bespoke psychological services

Meet the team

"Hi I’m Zoe, the Registered Manager of Evergreen.

I joined the company in 2023. I have worked within the care sector since leaving school and started my career in children's residential care in 2012.

I started as a very green RCW and worked my way through progressions of a senior residential care worker and then trainee manager. I always knew that I wanted to be a Registered Manager, and sometimes have to pinch myself that I am where I am now!

It's a challenging, but also rewarding role. You need to have the passion and drive to want to make a difference and improve children's and young people's lives and their futures. I feel incredibly privileged to work with such amazing people and amazing children.

The staff teams are equally as driven, and the commitment they make to children and young people inspires me every day. Our job is to build positive relationships with everyone we meet, strive to achieve positive outcomes and whenever possible improve service delivery. This is the heart of everything we do, and what keeps us motivated.

I have no regrets of joining FtF, they have been warm, welcoming and an amazing support. The atmosphere in the home is relaxed and very much a family feel, even my dog Hector visits most days, and the kids just love him. We thrive on the normalities of everyday interactions, and this is without a doubt our little family. There is genuine love in our homes."

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Registered Manager

“Zoe’s knowledge and passion for the role is admirable. It is clear to see how much she loves the young people she cares for. She is a supportive manager and is held in high regard by her team.”

Donna Francis, Director of Care

Contact the team at Evergreen

Get in touch with our staff at Evergreen by emailing them directly at:

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