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St. Andrew's Sheltered Housing

  • 13 One bedroom bungalows
  • Four two bedroom bungalows
  • One Guestroom (twin ensuite)
  • Accommodation situated on a slope with a large number of steps
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  • Salisbury - Two miles
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  • Built in 1975
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  • Common room
  • Laundry
  • Kitchen
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Vegetable Man
Milkman
Chiropodist
  • To be booked privately
  • Once a fortnight on a Friday
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  • Gas
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  • Scheme on a slope with a lot of steps, hence the small garden
  • Pretty rural village setting
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  • Private parking available for residents and visitors
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  • Quiet, residential area with a lot of elderly people
  • Occasional noise from the village hall, which is situated just below the scheme
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Quizzes and social gatherings

Railway Club (Salisbury)

  • A number of residents belong and meet up socially, the club also organises a lot of day trips

Village Social Club

  • Run an 'Evergreen Club' for the elderly, also organise outings

  • There are numerous leisure activities in the city including the theatre, a cinema which holds a senior session every Wednesday morning
  • Details of clubs, day centres and associations can be obtained from the library
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Shops

  • Village shop are approximately 7 minutes walk for residents. Other shops 2 miles away in central Salisbury

Bus Stop

  • Approximately one minute walk, residents also use taxi's a lot because of the steep slope needed to walk up to get to the scheme

Church -

  • St. Andrew's Church is a 5 minute walk

Doctors and Dentist

  • Central Salisbury

Pubs

  • The Duck Inn is a 10 minute walk

Leisure Facilities

  • Salisbury

Train Station

  • Salisbury

Village Hall

  • 200 yards from scheme
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  • 'Far enough from town to be pleasantly quiet but close enough for a trip to Salisbury on the bus.'
  • 'Nice views in a lovely quiet setting'
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Last updated: 13 September 2016 | Last reviewed: 13 September 2016