Bishop's Castle & District Society Ltd
The Abbeyfield Bishop's Castle run a sheltered home for the elderly, and are part of the national Abbeyfield movement. Our sheltered home offers supported living for retired people.
The Abbeyfield Bishop's Castle run a sheltered home, Abbeyfield House, for the elderly, and are part of the national Abbeyfield movement. Our sheltered home offers supported living for retired people.
Formed in 1956 Abbeyfield has grown to be one of the largest organisations in the voluntary sector serving older people.
Abbeyfield Bishop's Castle is made up of both volunteers and paid staff. Our group of dedicated volunteers make sure every resident feels at home, while our paid staff organise the day-to-day running in each of the houses and provide meals and support.
Name: Bishop's Castle & District Society Ltd
Address: Abbeyfield House, Oak Meadow, Bishops Castle, Shropshire, SY9 5PA
Phone number: 01588 630 000
Built in 2002, Abbeyfield House offers retirement living in ten en-suite rooms and a one bedroom flat suitable for a couple. All rooms are unfurnished so that you can bring your own furniture, making it a home from home.
At Abbeyfield House we aim to provide a peaceful, friendly atmosphere. Residents are encouraged to remain as independent as possible and are encouraged to make our house a home from home.
Abbeyfield has complied with the government’s guidance on managing the risk of COVID-19 and is COVID-secure. Please click to find out more about our response to the pandemic.