A HOME which provides a respite service for adults with learning disabilities has received a glowing report from the care watchdog.

The Care Quality Commission (CQC) rated Highgrove in Broadoak Lane "good" at its most recent inspection.

The report published last week praised the training the staff received. The report said: "Staff told us they received regular supervision from the management team to discuss their work performance and training needs. They said they were well supported to carry out their caring role.

Relatives said: "I can drop [Name] off and leave knowing they are safe and happy."

The home cares for up to three people at a time and the report marked the service good in all areas.

Inspectors described a "relaxed and pleasant atmosphere" where people "got on with their daily lives and interests, with staff support".

The CQC praised the unhurried way in which care was given saying staff "spent time chatting with people individually".