Loughton Society Ltd
Loughton Society Ltd manages and runs Rider House, a sheltered house in Loughton Essex. A small house of nine rooms, living here provides older people with support, companionship and independence.
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Our sheltered house was owned by a Mr John Rider, an optician working in the local community, who gifted the property to the local Abbeyfield Society on his death - and Rider House was born.
Some years later an extension was added to the house, which enables us to offer accommodation to nine residents. We are very proud to be able to say that it still retains that small family feel - excellent quality yet still very warm and friendly.
If you are interested in becoming a resident, we welcome you to spend a few nights at the home. It is very important to us that you - and the trustees - feel that that a move to Rider House is the right decision.
We are happy to offer our respite room for short stays, so if you are visiting relatives or friends in the area and are looking for somewhere to stay, please contact us for details.
Name: Loughton Society Ltd
Address: Rider House, 121 High Road, Loughton, Essex, IG10 4LT
Phone number: 020 8508 8887
At Rider House we want you to make yourself at home. We have en-suite rooms for nine residents and you won’t have problems with stairs, as all the rooms are on the ground floor. The accommodation is offered as unfurnished so that you can bring your own furniture and other personal belongings with you to help you really make yourself at home.
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