Crossways Community
Crossways Community

Our history

In the mid-1960s, seven Christians living in Croydon identified a need to offer practical assistance to fellow church goers with mental health difficulties. Deciding to act themselves, they rented two adjoining properties which offered safe, family-led accommodation for up to six people, with two of the founders, Leslie and Lilla Moxham, moving in to provide round-the-clock support.


Crossways Trust became a registered charity in 1967 and moved to Tunbridge Wells, opening a registered care home (now Moxham House) in a quiet area near the town centre in 1971.


The charity changed its name to Crossways Community in 1991 and four years later a supported accommodation unit for 22 people (Culverdale) was built across the road from Moxham House. This was followed in 2007 by Bethel Court, which provides long-term accommodation for up to six residents who require little support. That year we also celebrated our 40th anniversary, producing a video in commemoration.


In 2013 Crossways Community purchased a one-bedroom flat in Earl's Road, on the outskirts of the town centre. This provides independent accommodation for an ex-Culverdale resident who is living out in the community and is in regular employment, but who also receives floating support from Crossways. We see our purchase of Earl's Road as a major stepping stone on the road towards independence and integration within the local community for our residents. 


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News and events

Kent Disability Cup Winners

Mo and Ray helped secure victory for Maidstone United Raiders more...


Download our latest edition of Headstart

50th anniversary edition now available. Head Start


HRH The Countess of Wessex visits Crossways 

Residents and staff enjoyed a royal visit more...

The Times of Tunbridge Wells covers our royal visit

The local paper has front page coverage of The Countess of Wessex's visit more...


Mental health debate in local paper

Chris appears in piece in Times of Tunbridge Wells more...


Happy new year!

Welcome to our anniversary year! There's lots planned to celebrate 50 years of Crossways in 2017.


Service with a smile

Fancy a coffee (and some excellent cake)? Every Tuesday morning our Residents' café opens for business.


CQC Inspection Report 

We achieved an overall Good rating in a recent unannounced CQC inspection in May 2016. Check out the story...

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