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Philip Court Sheltered Housing

  • 18 flats
  • One guest room with double bed (not en suite)
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  • Salisbury 
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  • Built in 1966
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  • Communal lounge
  • Guest facilities
  • Communal laundry
  • Communal kitchen
  • Garden
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  • Milkman
  • Paper delivery
  • Hairdresser
  • Chiropodist
  • Mobile library
  • Wiltshire Farm Foods delivered fortnightly
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  • Main building - gas
  • Flats - electric and gas
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  • Large flat open space, mainly laid to grass
  • Residents have a number of flower beds and pots they care for
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  • Limited onsite parking for residents and their visitors
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  • Philip Court is situated off Coronation Road in a quiet cul-de-sac
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Occasional tea afternoons

Darts played

  • In the lounge every Wednesday

Tenants organise activities in the lounge

  • Three times a week
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Shops

  • Convenience store 5 minutes walk, otherwise city centre

Bus Stop

  • 500 yards from scheme, regular buses to city centre

Churches

  • St. Michael's (10 minute walk), Catholic Church (5 minute walk), Methodist Church (5 minute walk)

Library

  • City centre

Doctors

  • Pembroke Road (15 minute walk), otherwise city centre

Dentist

  • City centre

Pubs  

  • Royal Oak, Devizes Road (20-25 minutes walk)

Leisure Facilities

  • Central Salisbury

Train Station

  • Outskirts of Salisbury/10 minute bus journey

The city centre of Salisbury has churches, shops, surgeries, dental surgeries, a post office and optician.
Leisure facilities include the theatre, and a cinema that holds a senior session every Wednesday. Details of clubs, associations and Day Centre.
Salisbury has a mainline rail station and a National Express coach stop.

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  • 'You can shut yourself away or come and join in, which is really nice.'
  • 'Nice to have a front door that opens to the outside and not into a corridor, especially with such a lovely garden.'
  • Philip Court is a friendly scheme in a quiet relaxed area.
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Last updated: 15 September 2016 | Last reviewed: 15 September 2016