Urmston is a quiet, leafy residential town, with a thriving market, independent and high street shops in a newly refurbished shopping centre. The town also has good leisure facilities including swimming and fitness centres, and a golf club. There are plenty of cafes, bars and restaurants, and is only a short drive to The Trafford Centre. Urmston also has several parks in the centre of the town and on the outskirts, lies Urmston Meadows, a tranquil expanse that is great for longer walks.
We have a number of sheltered schemes in Stretford, each with the peace of mind of pull cords, an on-site manager and additional support from TrustCare. Each spacious development offers independent living in a secure environment.
Marlfield Court, which sits in the quite suburb of Flixton, offers 39 apartments. Each apartment has a fitted kitchen, walk-in showers and secure fob entry system. There are an additional nine properties in the local area that benefit from the scheme manager service during weekdays. Communal features include a lounge and dining room with a kitchen, laundry facilities, a private garden, hair salon, and a mobility scooter store. There is also a guest bedroom for resident’s families to stay in. Please contact Kath O'Connor on 0161 747 5358.
Ormeston Lodge offers 34 apartments, plus refurbished communal facilities including a lounge and dining room with kitchen and laundry facilities. Residents at the scheme enjoy gardening and add to the regular grounds maintenance that is offered. The scheme enjoys a 'village' atmosphere set within its own grounds. There are a further 47 flats in the local area that benefit from the scheme manager service during weekdays. Please contact Helen Coyle on 0161 748 8103.
Royle Higginson Court is a short distance from the main shopping area in Urmston. It has 50 refurbished apartments controlled by a secure fob entry system. The communal facilities include a lounge and dining area with a kitchen and laundry facilities. Please contact Shona Hennessey on 0161 747 7677.
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