The House was given to the Diocese of Chichester in the 1950s. A charitable trust was formed in 1992 and took over the management of the House that year. The charitable company, formed in 2020, became registered provider in June 2021.
The House is a magnificent Victorian building set in the heart of the West Sussex countryside with outstanding views over the South Downs. However, the main feature of the House is the way in which it provides care and accommodation for its residents and aims to meet their every need in order that, in this warm and friendly atmosphere, it is a home-away-from-home. Terrys Cross House also provides respite care, which can be useful for those requiring short-term care and support, particularly if recovering from a medical procedure.
The House has good transport links with Henfield, Horsham, Brighton and Burgess Hill with the bus stop being just outside. We also have support from the Link car service.
The Registered Manager and staff care for the residents. The Care Quality Commission last inspected the House in January 2020 when the report graded it GOOD in all five categories.
The home is supported by Henfield Medical Centre and the local District Nurses.