Bury Society Ltd
Bury Society was formed in 1962 by the Mayor of Bury, Councillor Peter Manners and have two lovely and welcoming supported houses catering for older people who value their independence: Farraday House and Abbeyfield House.
Abbeyfield Bury Society was formed in 1962 by the Mayor of Bury, Councillor Peter Manners. We have two lovely and welcoming supported houses catering for older people who value their independence: Farraday House on Cottam Street, and Abbeyfield House on Turks Road.
Farraday House was established in 1984 with donations from Bury Council and the late Mrs Templeton. The house was built with ten private personalised bedsits, and in 2001 a refurbishment took place, building an extension for four more bedsits.
Abbeyfield House, with seven bedsits, was owned by Radcliffe Abbeyfield Society, which merged with Abbeyfield Bury Society in 2002.
Both homes are well maintained and have a cosy and happy atmosphere. As we only have 32 residents in total we can easily accommodate their personal needs and requirements, making each of our houses into a home from home. Our residents all have a very friendly and caring relationship with all our staff and committee members.
Name: Bury Society Ltd
Address: Farraday House, Cottam Street, Bury, Lancashire, England, BL8 1QQ
Phone number: 0161 761 2964
Our lovely Farraday House offers two types of accommodation; 13 supported living studios and 12 independent living apartments and our home is located between Tottington and Bury with frequent bus links to each. You'll find companionship and a busy schedule of activities to keep you busy and we love to organise trips out.
Located in the quiet market town of Radcliffe, Abbeyfield House is a home from home where you'll find caring, friendly and helpful staff who provide a warm and comfortable home for all of our residents. Our home has eight studio apartments which all come with a kitchenette, to allow you to prepare light meals and refreshments at your own leisure, and a private en-suite shower room. Ideally located, Abbeyfield House is a just a stone's throw away from Radcliffe town centre and has great transport links to Bury and Manchester.
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