In the 1980’s, Bill Rayner, a Solihull businessman and Rotarian had a vision. He wanted to create affordable care and support facilities for the residents of Solihull. His vision was specific; he wanted to create a structure that would support the needs of all individuals; from those with complex needs, to those who needed some assistance to live independently.
He worked together with Mr Shepherdson (another Solihull businessman), Solihull Council and Rotary. Solihull Council provided the land, Rotary helped set up a trust fund and Rayner House and Yew Trees was formed in 1984.
Rayner House and Yew Trees Ltd is an exempt Charitable Registered Society under the Co-Operative and Community Benefits Societies Act 2014 and is also registered with The Homes and Communities Agency No H3182 and the Care Quality Commission.
Our buildings are pleasantly situated about one mile from Solihull town centre, with local conveniences in walking distance. True to the original philosophy, we offer a three tier system of support: