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Cygnet Appletree

Frederick Street, Meadowfield, County Durham, DH7 8NT

Gender: Female

Age: 18+

Beds: 25

Cygnet Appletree, near Durham, is a mental health hospital for women that includes Pippin Ward, a specialist PICU service and Bramley Ward, an acute service for women.

Our person-centred service has been designed with wellness in mind, providing a safe and comfortable environment that promotes efficient rehabilitation and recovery. We are dedicated to understand, stabilise and break the traumatic cycles of relapse that can impact service users’ lives.

“My Mum has never understood her diagnosis before…She is getting better and I’m so pleased.”Service user’s daughter

Our services:

Our facilities:

  • En-suite bedrooms
  • Beauty salon with an on-site beauty therapist
  • IT café for computer training
  • Therapy kitchen
  • Gym / dance studio
  • Horticulture polytunnel
  • Outdoor spaces including a netball court

Community links:

  • Learndirect
  • New College Durham
  • Leisure centres
  • Sunderland FC – provides sports classes
  • Arts and culture groups
  • Waddington Street Centre – education and training group

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A Career with Cygnet Appletree

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A career at Cygnet comes with excellent benefits. Whether it’s saving you money on the high street, with healthcare, holidays & leisure – or securing your future with professional development and a pension – we support you to be happy both in & out of work.

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Cygnet Appletree in the news

Cygnet Appletree is ‘QI Ready’!

After an incredibly successful Quality Improvement (QI) Mapping Event last month, on Thursday 14th of April Cygnet Appletree became ‘QI Ready’, the first site in the North to be officially signed off!

Cygnet Appletree’s Staff Wellness Day

The team at Cygnet Appletree recently held a Staff Wellness Day to focus on staff wellbeing and what support is available to staff. All staff were given the opportunity to visit a number of stands including a physical health station, sleep hygiene station and a self-care / lifestyle station.

Cygnet Appletree in the gallery

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