Accommodation

The National Benevolent Charity provides rented housing accommodation for people who are seeking a peaceful and safe home environment. All properties are self-contained but set within a small complex that includes communal facilities and exceptional gardens. Most of the accommodation is for single letting, but a few will accommodate a couple. Priority for lettings goes to older people who have low incomes or who are vulnerable. The apartments are for people who are able to live independently.
Applicants for accommodation will need to complete an application form, please see APPLY

Peter Hervè House, Tetbury, Gloucestershire.



Opened officially by HRH The Prince of Wales in 2003, Peter Hervé House is a purpose built block of nine sheltered style apartments. Spread over two floors, the apartments are of high standard and there is a lift and a guest room.
The charity’s registered office is on the lower ground floor, and members of staff are on hand during office hours.
Peter Hervé House is located 5 minutes from local amenities, including a medical practice, bank, post office and shops.

Lenox House,Tetbury, Gloucestershire



Lenox House is adjacent to Peter Hervé House and comprises a ground floor and a first floor apartment. The building is named after Mrs May Lenox who provided the money in her will for its refurbishment. This was completed in 1999 and it was nominated for a Housing Design Award the following year.

The Tapestries, Old Windsor, Berkshire.



The estate known as the Tapestries was built in 1882 for the Royal Windsor Tapestry Manufactory and for the French weavers who worked there. Much of it has been converted to one bedroom apartments and studios, and all the apartments have been refurbished in the last 10 years. There is a laundry and guest room and well maintained gardens to the front and rear. The apartments can accommodate a single person or a couple. There is a resident warden.

Tetbury, Gloucestershire



Tetbury is an historic market town in the Cotswolds. Written records about the town date back to 681AD and it is well known for its 17 th century market hall. It was an important wool town in the middle ages and this is commemorated today by an annual woolsack race.

Kemble station is about 8 miles from Kemble from which there is an hourly service to Swindon and London, and to Gloucester and Cheltenham. The Roman town of Cirencester is to the north.

Old Windsor, Berkshire.



Old Windsor is a large village about 5 minutes’ drive from Windsor and its historic castle. The Great Park is also close by and the River Thames is a 10 minute walk away. There is a regular bus service to Windsor and to Staines, and central London is easily reached by train or by car.

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