Abbeyfield & Wesley Society

Abbeyfield & Wesley was formed on 1 April 2013 following the merger of Abbeyfield UK (NI) Ltd and Wesley Housing Association Ltd. he North Belfast Mission Housing Society was established in 1947 by a group of lay clergy from the Methodist Church. It became a registered housing association in 1979 and subsequently changed its name to Wesley Housing Association, managing sheltered housing and a residential care home.

About Abbeyfield & Wesley Society

Abbeyfield & Wesley was formed on 1 April 2013 following the merger of Abbeyfield UK (NI) Ltd and Wesley Housing Association Ltd.

In 2003 sixteen local Abbeyfield societies merged together to form Abbeyfield UK (NI) Ltd, which managed 19 supported sheltered houses.

The North Belfast Mission Housing Society was established in 1947 by a group of lay clergy from the Methodist Church. It became a registered housing association in 1979 and subsequently changed its name to Wesley Housing Association, managing sheltered housing and a residential care home.

Abbeyfield & Wesley Housing Association has a range of housing options for older people - independent living for older people in sheltered housing with scheme supervisors; supported sheltered housing which has higher staffing levels and provision of meals; and residential care which is staffed 24 hours a day.

The Abbeyfield & Wesley society have three guiding principles:

  • Older people have an important role to play amongst their families and friends in their community.
  • Overcoming loneliness and insecurity can make all the difference to an older person’s well being and quality of life.
  • Local people have an essential part to play in helping older people in their community.

Contact details

Name: Abbeyfield & Wesley Society

Address: 114 Abbeyfield & Wesley, 2 Wesley Court, Carrickfergus, County Antrim, BT38 8HS

Phone: 02893 363558

Website: http://www.abbeyfieldandwesley.org.uk/

Charity number: XN60438

Our homes

Abbeyfield House

Purpose built in 1999 to replace an existing house, Abbeyfield House accommodates 8 residents in a truly home from home environment. All of our rooms are ensuite with level deck shower, providing unfurnished so that you can personalise them to your tastes.

Abbeyfield House

Located in the seaside resort of Bangor in County Down, where you'll discover a town filled with Victorian townhouses painted in pastel colours and a marina filled with stunning yachts, is Abbeyfield House, a supported house that first opened in 1984 and was totally rebuilt in 2003.

Abbeyfield House

Located on the stunning promenade, Abbeyfield House The Parade was built in 1992 with renovation works carried out in 2012. The house has 10 ensuite rooms with a level deck shower and are unfurnished for you to bring your own furniture and personal belongings, making your new place feel like home.

Abbeyfield House

Abbeyfield House Barnagh in Donaghadee is a supported house built in 1971. The house has eight en-suite rooms with a level deck shower. Situated in Donaghadee, our house is centrally located with many shops, local amenities and places to eat within walking distance.

Abbeyfield House

Abbeyfield House, Downpatrick was built in 1988 and had major refurbishment work carried out in 2003. The house has ten ensuite rooms and is unfurnished ready for you to bring your own furniture and personal belongings, helping to make the house your home.

Abbeyfield House

Located in the town of Banbridge, Abbeyfield House was built in 1972 and consists of seven ensuite rooms. Each room is a blank canvas ready for you to bring your own furniture and personal belongings to create your own home from home.

Abbeyfield House

Abbeyfield House, Merville was purpose built in 1991 and is a supported sheltered house located in the heart of Merville Garden Village. We have 10 ensuite rooms which are unfurnished for you to bring your own personal items and furniture to create your new home from home.

Abbeyfield House

Situated in a quiet cul-de-sac in Carrickfergus, Abbeyfield House provides a peaceful and friendly atmosphere for our residents. We are fortunate to be within walking distance of local amenities such as cafes, restaurants and shops.

Abbeyfield House

Located in the town of Greenisland, Abbeyfield House is a single-storey house built in 1990 and refurbished in 2008. The house is a short walk away from local amenities such as the post office, community centre, churches and library. We have great public transport close by with links to Carrickfergus or Belfast.

Abbeyfield House

Abbeyfield House in Ballyclare is located within the town just a short walk from the market square. The house is close to a selection of other shops that are perfect for purchasing your daily essentials. We are also on the main bus route to Belfast and Ballymena.

Abbeyfield House

Purpose built in 2007, Abbeyfield House in Ballymena was constructed replacing the original building which was built in the 1960’s. It has 10 rooms which are all en-suite with a level deck shower. There is a lounge which leads out onto a delightful garden with level paths and a summer house, which is great for spending time outside in the warmer weather.

Abbeyfield House

Built in 1968, Abbeyfield House in Ballymoney offers supported housing located in a peaceful street close to the town centre. There are eight ensuite rooms which are unfurnished, a blank canvas for you to bring along your own furniture and personal belongings and decorate to your own liking.

Abbeyfield House

Abbeyfield House, Ballycastle was built in 1925 and is situated on Quay Road between the town centre and the seafront. It is a beautiful bright house, close to the beach and makes for a lovely location to live in. The house has eight ensuite rooms with a level deck shower.

Abbeyfield House

Located on Lever Road in Portstewart, Abbeyfield House was built in 1995 and has 10 ensuite rooms each with a level deck shower. There are shared kitchenettes available to all residents which they use to make snacks. The house is just a short walk away from the towns promenade and is ideally situated close to local shops, cafes and churches.

Abbeyfield House

Abbeyfield House in Lurgan was built in 1983 with renovation work carried out in 2002. It has 10 rooms with ensuite facilities and a level deck shower. Each room has a small kitchenette ideal for making light meals and snacks. Each room comes unfurnished for you to bring your own furniture and personal belongings, helping to make Abbeyfield House a real home from home.

Palmerston

Palmerston is a purpose built dementia care home providing 24 hour care to older people who are living with dementia and struggle to live independently. Each room is en-suite with a level access shower.

Abbeyfield House

Offering a peaceful, caring and friendly atmosphere, Abbeyfield House in Bangor, County Down was opened in 2016 following major refurbishments. Our staff encourage our residents to remain as independent as possible and pride ourselves on making you feel right at home with support when you need it. Our house is small, giving it a family feel, accommodating seven residents.

Stutt House

Fleming & Stutt are two houses located on Palmerston Road just off the Holywood Road in East Belfast. The scheme consists of 22 self-contained flats with communal facilities including a laundry room, lounge and bright conservatory. There's also a garden for you to enjoy at your leisure.

Wesley Court

Located in the picturesque town of Carrickfergus, 10 miles away from Belfast City Centre, Wesley Court is an independent living scheme situated in a quiet, private, enclosed cul-de-sac with 28 self-contained apartments and 9 bungalows. You can also enjoy communal facilities located in the stunning Rocklands House, which dates back to the 1820’s.

Bryans House

Set in a quiet cul-de-sac in New Mossley, Bryan House was built in 1994 and renovated in 2009 and 2017. There are 36 self contained one and two bedroom apartments, each room has its own kitchenette, bathroom and living room.

Fleming House

Fleming House was built in 1998. We are in a prime location within walking distance to local amenities, shops and churches and have good public transport linking residents to Belfast City Centre with the ability to travel further should they wish.

Abbeyfield House

Abbeyfield House was built in 1890 and is located in the Church Road area of Holywood. It is in a perfect location with shops and the beach nearby and is close to the town centre which has many cafes and bakeries.

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