• A look back at our 2023 Summer Reunion

    Our first reunion since 2019 was held last Saturday (1st July) and it was certainly worth the wait.

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    Marquee outside Broadway Lodge main entrance
  • Val returns to Broadway Lodge after 38 years

    This week we had a wonderful surprise visit from Val and John (pictured).

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    Val and John smiling outside of the Broadway Lodge front door
  • Introducing our Miracle Mansion Podcast. First-hand accounts of addiction, treatment & recovery.

    Did you know we have our very own podcast?

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    Carla and Markkus
  • Award Winners!

    We won!!!

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    Broadway Lodge Award Logo
  • Cocaine Use & Treatment Options

    At Broadway Lodge we frequently treat adults who have been suffering with an addiction to the stimulant drug, cocaine, which has been steadily rising in popularity and availability.

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  • William returns after 47 years

    Yesterday we had the honour and pleasure of welcoming William Pryor back to Broadway Lodge.

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    Former client William Pryor with Markkus Trew
  • Pamper Evening

    Recently at Broadway Lodge, our Deputy House Leader (a female client), arranged a night for the women to all get together, treat themselves to some self care and to build stronger bonds with other females who were newer to the main house.

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    Nail painting
  • £275 raised for the Ukraine crisis

    It’s no secret here that our housekeeping team (Julie, Emma and Mandy), and chef Caroline are very talented bakers and cake creators!

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    Cakes at Broadway Lodge bake sale
  • Weston College Apprenticeship Opportunity: Commis Chef (Level 2)

    Pay: £203.50 per week Hours: 37 per week, Monday to Friday Expected Apprenticeship Duration: 13 months Application Closing Date: 18th March 2022 Please note: Weston College are managing the recruitment of this position.

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    Chef preparing food
  • Dame Carol Black’s Independent Review of Drugs & the Findings

    In February 2019, the Home Secretary appointed Professor Dame Carol Black to undertake an independent review of drugs which would help the government look at the drug strategy and funding for the future to help those with substance misuse problems.

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    Houses of Parliament