The Thomas More Project in Bristol

The Thomas More Project

33 Fallodon Way

About Us

Registered care home

We support 11 adults with learning disabilities to live as independently as possible in our relaxed, friendly residential care home.  Located in Henleaze, this home is well located for local amenities and combines communal indoor and outdoor space with individual rooms.

Supported living

We provide supported living services to three individuals with learning disabilities who have individual tenancies and live in our shared home in Bishopston.

What our values mean to us:


  • We provide person-centred support
  • We acknowledge people’s strengths and abilities and support them to identify and achieve their goals.
  • We encourage healthy minds and bodies –
    • Being active, eating well 
    • accessing health and other services,
    • engaging in activities which are absorbing and have meaning,
    • enabling choice and participation,
    • promoting independence and enablement
  • We offer physical comfort, intellectual stimulation and spiritual wellbeing
  • We encourage a full social life by
    • developing and maintaining relationships with family and friends;
    • Participating in the community and accessing resources
  • We promote safety, dignity and respect - being caring, responsive and sensitive to privacy
  • We provide homely and friendly environments


  • We strive for excellence and continual improvement
  • We aim to be a healthy organisation, good employer with good governance
  • We promote learning and development for our people


  • We support inclusivity by recognising the richness of diversity, promoting respect and equality and upholding the diversity, values and rights of the people we support, our staff, volunteers, and families.


  • We encourage a collaborative approach by working closely in partnership as a staff team and with the people we support, families and professionals.


If you are interested in finding out more about our sevices for yourself or a friend or relative please contact us to find out more and arrange a visit.

Our history

The Project was founded in 1982 by the families of people with learning disabilities who wanted to ensure the best possible care and services for their relatives when they could no longer provide this themselves. In 2014 we expanded to provide a supported living service for people wishing to live more independently. In total we support 14 adults.