Cricketfield Lane, Bishop's Stortford, Hertfordshire
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Abbeyfield House was built in 1975 and renovated in 1978 to provide comfortable housing for eight older people who are reasonably fit.
Each resident has their own room which can be furnished with their own treasured furniture and possessions for a homely ambience. The house has a well equipped bathroom and toilet on each floor.
We have a delightful communal lounge / dining room so there is always somewhere to enjoy the company of others. There is also an attractive well-maintained garden so that you can sit out and take in the fresh air and sunshine.
The support in Abbeyfield House is provided by our paid full time house manager, assisted by local volunteers. She cooks tasty and nutritious main meals for lunch and supper. Residents prepare their own breakfast but the housekeeper does all the shopping and provides the food.
This house is managed by Abbeyfield Bishops Stortford
Our house manager and her assistant, both of whom have a real warmth and affinity with older people, provide a caring and supportive service.
We organise a number of social activities and events, especially suitable for older people, so there's always something to keep you occupied or to look forward to. Our residents can also attend activities in the town as they wish.
• the local clergy attend the house regularly • our local Rotary Club provides an afternoon tea and entertainment at a local school • coffee mornings • arts and crafts • gentle exercise classes
• entertainment is provided from time to time by musicians and children • visits are made to volunteer’s houses for entertainment from time to time • pub lunches • day trips to local attractions • birthday parties • summer garden party • Christmas party
We provide two freshly prepared delicious home-cooked meals every day, sourced from local ingredients where possible, which are served in our comfortable dining room making mealtimes a social occasion. Breakfast is taken in your room, at a time to suit yourself, for a gentle start to the day.
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