Rutherglen Society Ltd

Rutherglen Society Ltd run three homes in Rutherglen providing older people support and companionship whilst leading an independent, social life.

Rutherglen Society Ltd

Abbeyfield Rutherglen Society is a voluntary organisation located in a quiet residential area of Rutherglen, which comes from the Scottish Gaelic an ruadh-ghleann meaning 'the red valley'.

It comprises three modern purpose-built houses all on one site, within large well maintained gardens including a beautiful Jubilee garden:

McMillan House - Sheltered House
Templeton House - Care Home
Extra Care House - Nursing Home

This care and support is delivered by a team of highly trained, well managed staff, who we believe are the secret to providing the highest quality care. All our houses are open for people aged over 65 years.

Contact Details

Name: Rutherglen Society

Address: c/o 78 Stonelaw Drive, Rutherglen, Glasgow, G73 3NZ

Phone number: 0141 613 3623

Charity number: SC016559

Our homes

Extra Care House

urpose built in 1990, Extra Care House provides residential nursing care for 19 residents.

Accepting new residents from 65 years of age, we encourage each individual to bring their own furniture with them, helping to make it feel like a real home from home. Facilities are available for family or friends to stay overnight if you wish.

Templeton House

Templeton House is a residential care home in Rutherglen providing residential care for 11 residents, all of whom have ensuite rooms.

We provide a delicious lunch and dinner seven days a week, plus breakfast-making facilities in the residents' rooms for an easy start to the day.

McMillan House

McMillan House provides supported housing for 11 residents, offering companionship when you need it and peace of mind with our community alarm system.

Accepting residents from 65 years of age, enjoy a delicious lunch and dinner served in our communal dining area seven days a week. We provide breakfast-making facilities in your room for a relaxed start to the day.

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