Welcome to Abbeyfield Gloucestershire Society

Live independently in our retirement homes across Gloucestershire.

Take a look at our homes

Moving into an Abbeyfield Gloucestershire home during Covid-19

We understand times are hard but we are here for you.  We are tackling loneliness in your community and you and your family are safe in our hands. We have space in our Abbeyfield family for you.

Enjoy life in our retirement homes across Gloucestershire

Abbeyfield Gloucestershire Society is a member society of The Abbeyfield Society, a national charity providing houses and homes to older people throughout the UK, together we are one big happy family.

At Abbeyfield Gloucestershire, we offer you a unique retirement: a wonderful opportunity to live life to the full by remaining independent whilst living as part of a social home full of companionship. Should you need additional personal or medical care you may make arrangements direct with your chosen care workers, family or friends.  Find out more in our newsletter.

We have properties in Cheltenham, Prestbury, Cirencester and Chipping Sodbury, take a look below.

Where to begin

We provide a comfortable atmosphere, suitable for retired people who no longer want the worry of bills, shopping and cooking for themselves.

About us

Find out more about the Abbeyfield Gloucestershire Society.

Our retirement homes

We have three lovely retirement homes in the Gloucestershire area that provide sheltered housing for our residents.

Contact us

Get in touch with the team at Abbeyfield Gloucestershire Society. We're here to support you every step of the way.

Our Retirement Homes

We have four lovely retirement properties in the Gloucestershire area, have a look around.

The latest from our blog

News and stories from Abbeyfield Gloucestershire Society. Read stories from our homes and residents.


VISTING DAD IS NOW A JOY!
28/06/2021

What is not to like – optional communal morning coffee and afternoon tea, three meals a day with breakfast in your room, and two meals served in the communal dining room or in y...

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