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Llanarth Court,
Llanarth Raglan,
Abergavenny, Monmouthshire
NP15 2YD (Sat Nav NP15 2AU)

Services Key

  • Mental Disorder
  • Learning Disability
  • Brain Injury
  • Child and Adolescent Services
  • Trauma and Addiction

Llanarth Court

Llanarth Court is a specialist hospital providing medium and low secure care for men and women with mental illness and/or personality disorder and for men with intellectual/learning disability. We also have a 4 bedded open rehabilitation bungalow. We are a sector-leading example of how providing a wide variety of care settings and a clear care pathway in the direction of recovery, can be achieved for all patients.

Our approach

With occupational therapy, we aim to help people engage in occupations, which give their lives meaning and value. This also helps to mitigate alienation and anti-social behaviour, assisting people to develop their interpersonal capacity, pro-social values, personal identity and skills for life participation.

The provision of occupational therapy is a central part of the care provided throughout Llanarth Court Hospital enabling patients to choice to engage in a range of occupations that have meaning and purpose that are necessary for quality of life.

Llanarth Court runs a 12-week rotational therapeutic programme to help patients develop coping strategies, insight and self-management of risk both independently and with support. Programmes are repeated as required for individual need. They include:

  • Mental awareness health groups
  • Medication awareness groups
  • Physical healthcare
  • Individualised therapy
  • Substance awareness programme
  • Dialectical behaviour therapy (DBT)
  • Cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) for managing difficult emotions programme
  • Mentalisation Based therapy (MBT)

More info

We believe the environment in which treatment takes place, is as important as the therapy itself. Llanarth Court provides:

Fitness and leisure

  • Swimming pool
  • Sports hall
  • Fitness suite

Therapeutic areas

  • Art rooms
  • Practice kitchens
  • Vast amount of grounds, access to green space
  • Social club
  • Shop

Vocational and educational facilities

  • Horticulture and craft centre (woodwork, carpentry, horticulture)
  • Education room
  • Patient run coffee shop

Occupational therapists have an important role in identifying those occupations associated with, or leading up to, offending behaviour and equally, within the recovery approach where occupational therapy plays a part in supporting and instilling hope for patients’ goals and aspirations.

The therapy department support individuals to retain and learn new skills that support their daily living with an emphasis upon community reintegration and developing a graded programme for supporting patients back into the community.

Vocational rehabilitation plays an important role in supporting patients to establish meaningful and productive roles. The facilities at Llanarth support this, offering a wide range of activities in a number of different therapeutic environments.

Number Beds 
The Team 
Kim Hill, Operations Director, South

Kim joined Partnerships in Care as Regional Executive Director in July 2009. Kim qualified as an RMN in 1989 and worked for the early part of her career in mental health services in Plymouth.
Kim has extensive senior management experience, both within the NHS and independent sector organisations, as well as within the Healthcare Commission. Her most recent post within the NHS was as Associate Director of Nursing for West London Mental Health Trust, where she had professional responsibility across high, medium and low secure services, as well as prison in-reach services. Kim has been involved in the management and commissioning of several new services and in recent years has been involved in providing short term support into sites experiencing a range of difficulties. Kim has particular interest in forensic mental health services and is keen to ensure that both patients and staff have full and meaningful involvement in the development of services.

Dr Phil Huckle, Clinical Director

Dr Phil Huckle MB BCh FRCPsych MBA Dip Law LLB is Clinical Director, PiC Wales. He has 30 years of experience in psychiatry and has been a director of medical services with PIC since 1998.

Hospital Services Detail 
Mental Disorder
34 Beds
Mental Disorder
49 Beds
Learning Disability
11 Beds
Mental Disorder
16 Beds
Mental Disorder
4 Beds


For satallite navigation please use Postcode NP15 2AU

From M4

  • Leave M4 at Junction 24, and join the A449 signposted to Monmouth and the M50. After 12 miles take exit signposted Abergavenny and Raglan.
  • After 1/2 mile you come to a roundabout, take the last exit marked Clytha.
  • After about 1 1/2 miles you pass the Raglan Garden Centre on your left, after about 1 more mile you will pass the Clytha Arms pub on your right.
  • Follow the road through the bends and after a further 1 mile, turn right at the junction signposted Llanarth and Llanarth Court Hospital.
  • After 1 mile, the entrance to the hospital is on your right, it is a stone gatehouse with a drive going through an archway. Proceed along the driveway, take the right hand fork to reach the Mansion House, which is the administration building.

From M5

  • Leave the M5 at junction 8 and join the M50 towards Ross-on-Wye and South Wales.
  • about 7 miles, take the first exit, signposted A40 Abergavenny. Follow from above.

From M6

  • Leave the M6 at Junction 7 to join the M42.
  • Stay on M42 until joining the M5 to the South West.
  • Leave the M5 at junction 8 and join the M50 towards Ross-on-Wye and South Wales.
  • At Ross, take the A40 to Monmouth, go past Monmouth and, after about 7 miles, take the first exit, signposted A40 Abergavenny. Follow from above.

By Train

  • The nearest train station is Abergavenny, which is on the Worcester to Cardiff line. We are a fifteen minute taxi ride from the station.