Community Living

We are proud to offer seven friendly and inviting Community Living schemes.

Our purpose-built schemes offer individuals and couples the opportunity to live within small - but vibrant - Christian communities, whilst having their own front door. Residents in our schemes have their own fully self-contained flats, and can access a range of services, supported and provided by scheme staff. Services and facilities include a communal laundry, well-maintained gardens, help with repairs and property maintenance, and the provision of at least one shared meal a day.  Each scheme also has a Chapel, with services organised and run by residents, with support from the local parish.

This retirement living offer is available to both new and existing customers, at any stage of their retirementUnlike our rental offer, which is generally designed to support clergy leaving tied accommodation, Community Living is available to a wider group. 

We can help:

  • those with Anglican stipendiary service,
  • those with non-stipendiary Anglican ministry service,
  • retired licensed lay ministers,
  • Brothers and Sisters from Anglican religious orders,
  • Church Army officers,
  • those who receive a pension from the National Church Institutions, and
  • their spouses and civil partners.

To be eligible for one of our supported schemes you (or your spouse/partner) must have at least 5 years’ pensionable service.

Dulverton Hall Social
Scheme Locations and Details
Rent and Service Charge
How to Apply


We currently have flats available at the following locations:

Capel Court, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire
Dulverton Hall, Scarborough, North Yorkshire
Manormead, Hindhead, Surrey
Ramsay Hall, Worthing, West Sussex
Stuart Court, Kibworth Beauchamp, Leicestershire