At Abbeyfield Tewkesbury Society we are totally committed to taking the loneliness out of old age.
Abbeyfield Tewkesbury is located in the thriving town of Tewkesbury. In 1964 the Council of British Archaeology listed it amongst 57 towns 'so splendid and so precious that the ultimate responsibility for them should be of national concern'.
The town is a living museum of architecture and social history spanning over 500 years. Abbeyfield House nestles in the shadows of the Abbey, just a short walk from the town centre.
Abbeyfield Tewkesbury opened in October 1971. The society is managed by an enthusiastic Executive Committee of volunteers, which meets regularly. A house committee oversees the day to day running of the house. A member of the committee visits the residents and housekeeper each week, giving them the opportunity to discuss any worries or concerns they may have.
As a registered charity, we are not motivated by financial surpluses or driven by shareholders. Our legacy is based on firm foundations: care is at the heart of the society and residents are always our priority. We are totally committed to taking the loneliness out of old age.
Name: Tewkesbury Society
Address: 49 Church Street, Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire, GL20 5SN
Phone number: 01684 294308
Charity number: 275458
Spend time getting to know other residents in our beautiful conservatory enjoying outstanding views of the tower of Tewkesbury Abbey or relax in the sunshine in our lovely garden. At our home we like to come together for meals, getting to know each other by sharing stories and memories.
What makes our home special is the old world charm you’ll experience, but with all the modern facilities you need and our close proximity to the town centre shops.
Abbeyfield has complied with the government’s guidance on managing the risk of COVID-19 and is COVID-secure. Please click to find out more about our response to the pandemic.