Audley opens retirement village in Yorkshire


Posted on July 1st, by editor in Caring Times. No Comments

Retirement specialists Audley have opened a new retirement village – Audley Clevedon – set in 23 acres on the edge of  Ilkley Moor in West Yorkshire, offering a range of properties with on-site facilities akin to that of a four star hotel.

Audley Clevedon is designed for those who are retired but still want to maintain their independence and quality of life. This latest development  is set around Clevedon House, an original Victorian building which is home to the ‘Audley Club’.

Facilities in the club include a health and well-being centre with fitness suite, swimming pool, beauty treatment rooms and hair salon. Regular fitness and pilates classes are available as well as use of a personal trainer. There is also a bistro bar, library, lounge area and a restaurant  which can be used by non club members.

24 hour care assistance is available as and when needed, with individual programmes based on client requirements, provided by Audley Care.

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