Softley Kitchens is proud to have pioneered the development of kitchens for disabled people. The name Softley itself is from Len Softley BEM. He was an amputee who was heavily involved in the Stoke Mandeville Games in Aylesbury, the precursor to the modern Paralympic games.
Len Softley first manufactured a kitchen for disabled friends in the early 1980s. Softley Kitchens went on to offer disabled Customers an unbeatable choice of colours and features only previously seen in conventional kitchens.
Kitchens To Ensure Independence
There is no limit to the design possibilities of a bespoke Saint Roch kitchen. Completely designed for the individual and offering an extensive choice of styles and finishes, a Saint Roch kitchen will be beautiful as well as practical for wheelchair users or ambulant Customers with special needs.