Anchor Trust – Lacey Court

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Information on this page was last updated on 13/12/2015

00086-Lacey-CourtAnchor is England’s largest not-for-profit provider of housing and care for the over-55s. We provide services to over 35,000 older people. Our passion at Anchor is giving older people a choice of great places and ways to live. We do this by treating our colleagues and customers as individuals and by building meaningful, long-term relationships based on happiness, openness and respect.

At Lacey Court retirement housing scheme in Haslingden, we offer 8 one bedroom, 29 studios and 1 three bedroom maisonette, all purpose-built properties for rent for people over the age of 55.

We understand that sometimes you like to be alone and at other times you may want to be more sociable. Our properties give you that freedom. At Lacey Court we run social activities including quiz nights, entertainment nights, coffee mornings and day trips.

You will not need to worry about maintenance and repairs or gardening upkeep as we take care of those. We provide a wide range of facilities, including a communal lounge, a garden with seating area, an on-site laundry and 10 parking spaces.

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00086-Lacey-CourtOur impressive range of services are designed to help you maintain your independence and by staying true to our values we’re proud to say that we’ve become the largest not-for-profit provider of housing and care for older people in England.

Anchor colleagues are proud to work for Anchor and are dedicated to putting your needs and aspirations first. We provide our colleagues with all the training and development they need to excel at their job, whether that is housekeeping, nursing, catering, plumbing or any of the variety of opportunities we offer. To find out more about job opportunities with us visit our Anchor careers page.

With 45 years’ experience of working with older people, you can rest assured that we know a thing or two about making the most of later life.

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