Prospective new residents at Abbeyfield House, Brecon

If you're interested in becoming a resident at Abbeyfield House in Brecon, please download our form and additional information so we can understand more about you.

Thank you for your interest in becoming a resident at Abbeyfield House in Brecon.

The Abbeyfield Brecon Society are a member society of The Abbeyfield Society, a national charity that provides homes for older people all across the UK.

At Abbeyfield Brecon Society we have one home, offering sheltered housing which is designed to help you remain independent, whilst offering security and peace of mind for both you and your loved ones.

By choosing to live in one of our lovely self-contained flat, you'll find companionship, support and reassurance. At our home we sit down together to enjoy delicious home cooked meals in our shared dining area where there's a focus on the importance of friendship and companionship, share delicious home cooked meals where you can enjoy conversations and have someone to talk and listen to.

Community and coming together is an important feature in our home, socialise and enjoy a tea and a chat when you want to in our communal lounge, where you can play cards, watch a film or share other interests. Our residents are the heart of the home and love creating memories, laughter and enjoying each other's company.

If you or a loved one are interested in becoming a resident at Abbeyfield House, please download our form below and send it back to abbeyfieldbrecon@btconnect.com

Application form for potential residents (Word Doc, 113KB)

We also have additional information you may like to read beforehand below:

Admissions information sheet (PDF, 63KB)

COVID-19 letter from our House Manager (Word Doc, 24KB)

Sample menu (PPTx, 167KB)

Contact us

If you have any additional enquiries or questions or would like to get in contact with us, please fill in the form below or call us on 01874 611 533.

Thank you for your interest and we look forward to hearing from you soon.

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