Tiddington Court, Knights Lane, Tiddington, Warwickshire, CV37 7BP
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Tiddington Court was the very first 'Court' to be built, in 1984. It comprises 30 apartments and 8 original bungalows plus a further 4 brand new, two bedroom bungalows completed in 2006. A new conservatory overlooks the landscaped grounds.
Tiddington Court has an active social programme with many events arranged for Owners who wish to be involved, including visits to events and places of interest, and outings in the delightful surrounding countryside.
Facilities: To compliment the individual private apartments or bungalows, at every Court there are extensive communal facilities including a very comfortable lounge, a dining room and a meeting room and all Courts have a guest suite available for Owners’ visitors or prospective purchasers who may be considering a move to the Court. All Courts have attractive gardens and landscaped areas which are carefully maintained.
Staffing and services available are greater than in traditional sheltered housing. A Manager ensures the smooth administration of the Court and in addition, a team of Duty Managers operate a rota system , 24 hours a day. A larger team of Housekeeping Assistants provide one-and-a-half hours of domestic help to each single Owner or couple every week as well as keeping the communal areas clean and tidy.
At each Court, a comfortable dining room provides a substantial meal every day, usually at lunch time at a modest price for everyone who wishes to have it. Meals can be taken to Owners who are unwell. Help can be offered to provide other meals and snacks if required.
Stratford-upon-Avon was mentioned in Domesday as Stradforde and had a mill with its name deriving from where a minor Roman Road crossed the River Avon. The town is famous for its connections with Shakespeare who was born and died here. The Royal Shakespeare Theatre was built in 1932 and is by the River Avon. The theatre has one of the oldest drama festivals in the country first begun by David Garrick in the eighteenth century.
The town has many old half timbered buildings and has been a market centre for many years with the Stratford-upon-Avon canal being completed early in the nineteenth century. There are many places of interest to visit including Harvard House, Halls Croft and not least the Shakespeare Centre.
Tidddington Court is managed by Retirement Security Limited, 18 Wood Street, Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire CV37 6JF Telephone: 0800 389 9384.If you want to call the management company direct call 01789 292 952, or if you want to contact the development direct, call
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