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Ruby Moore House, 58 Freshfield Road , Formby, Merseyside, L37 3HW

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Ruby Moore House is a supported living house with an age covenant of 55+.


Facilities include a house manager and emergency alarm service, communal lounge, dining room, guest facilities, laundry and garden.

Formby is mentioned in Domesday as Fornebei meaning 'village belonging to Forni' and historically was always a part of Lancashire. The area is likely to have been settled by the Vikings from Ireland in the 10th century. Formby Hall is a Grade II listed building dating to the 13th century with much of its land now given over to a golf course. Formby beach was the location of the first lifeboat station in the country in the 18th century. Today the town has several supermarkets and a good range of shops. The main shopping area is known locally as The Village and has most high street names, and some cafes and restaurants.

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If you want to call the management company direct call 01727 857536, or if you want to contact the development direct, call 01704 834891

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