Local dignitaries and guests were welcomed to the grand opening of Abbeyfields Southern Oaks new development Nonsuch Abbeyfield in Old Schools Lane, Ewell on Friday. The independent living retirement village offers 60, 1 and 2 bedroom sustainable apartments (36 leasehold and 24 affordable rental homes) set in a wonderful setting, run by both professionals and volunteers.
Nonsuch Abbeyfield was officially opened by local journalist and television presenter Andrea Mclean who cut the ribbon and Epsom & Ewell Mayor Peter O’Donovan who unveiled the plaque. Local MP Chris Grayling and members of the Abbeyfield trustees team were also present for the opening.
“After several years of planning and delays due to covid it is good to see Nonsuch Abbeyfield fully open and welcoming its new residents. It is a truly unique community with an emphasis on caring, supporting wellbeing and independence”. Chris
Abbeyfield Southern Oaks is part of the Abbeyfield Society a charity which has supported elderly living locally for over 60 years. This is the first wholly independent living community and offers a wide range of facilities such as a restaurant, fitness suite, hair salon and a guest suite for visitors.