Welcome to Pevensey Place

Established in 1972, Pevensey Place is a home for cerebral palsy and mentally disabled adults. Situated on a farm in the Drakensberg, Pevensey is home to 76 residents.

 

 

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We believe in a world where everyone has the right to a home

 

From its setting, to its incredibly special residents there is no other home quite like Pevensey. Watch the short film about life at Pevensey.

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We have many orphans at Pevensey. Residents who have outlasted the financial resources left to them by their parents.

 

 

 

 

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What is Pevensey Place?

Pevensey Place is situated in the farming community of Underberg, KwaZulu Natal. Officially opened in 1972 by Round Table South Africa and the Natal Cerebral Palsy Association, Pevensey Place is a care-based facility for cerebral palsy adults.

Our Mission

Our mission is to provide accommodation and care for our residents in a happy and protective environment. Everyone must feel they have a sense of purpose no matter how small their role.

What Makes us Different?

Pevensey’s unique and rural setting on an 84-hectare farm with cattle, sheep and chickens makes it an ideal place for its residents to enjoy a peaceful life in the country surrounded by mountains and green fields. 

Easter 2020 and Everyone’s Fight.

No matter how much falls on us, we keep plowing ahead. That’s the only way to keep the roads clear!  -Greg Kincaid Easter 2020 happened behind closed doors, in most countries all over the world. In spite of all that, at Pevensey, the residents had a lovely time....

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Our Red Hot Drak Adventure

So our 2020 activities are officially on course. The Drak Challenge was a serious way to kick us into action!! Staff members and residents once again demonstrated a high level of dedication and commitment. Day one of the event, Saturday 1 February was always going to...

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