Elton Head Road, Rainhill, St Helens, Merseyside, WA9 5AG
Manager: Steve Warburton Phone: 0151 430 4000
Coronavirus (Covid-19 restrictions)
Reeve Court is currently adhering to local restrictions. There are currently no visits to or between apartments or bungalows (with the exception of support bubbles), and no non-essential visitors allowed to enter the village. There must be no socialising between groups of more than six outdoors (with the exception of support bubbles). The location bar is closed. Residents and visitors must adhere to social distancing measures.
We have 206 homes and over 250 residents. Approximately a third of residents within the Village receive help with their care. Dependent on individual circumstances we can support residents with significant assessed care needs, including dementia.
Any person over the age of 60 is eligible to apply for a home in the Village (over 55 in exceptional circumstances). Priority is given to local people or those who have a local connection.
Our properties are available for rent, shared ownership and purchase.
We have 206 one and two bedroom apartments and bungalows, each with:
Some have their own balcony or shared patio.
Any furniture displayed in images is for guideline purposes only and will not be included in the apartments.
Cafe Bar, Communal Parking Areas, Craft Room, Fitness Suite with Gym, Spa Pool and Steam Room, Greenhouse, Indoor Bowling Green (within an enclosed Winter Garden), IT Suite, Guest Suite, Hairdressing Salon, Landscaped Garden Area, Laundry, Library, Quiet Lounge, Reception Area and Main Street (with communal seating areas), Relaxation Room, Restaurant and Bistro, Village Hall, Village Shop, Well-being Suite and Well-being Bathroom, Woodwork Room
The Village is a partnership. ExtraCare manages the services and the building is owned by our housing partner Your Housing Group: www.yourhousinggroup.co.uk
Kath and Gordon Jackson moved in during December 2008: "I fell in love with it immediately," says Kath. Within two years, the couple had both joined the gym and Gordon says that this has led to his legs being strengthened. Kath joined a women's group and started using the spa pool which helped improve her joints.
In their spare time, Kath and her husband have become active volunteers to help the Village run smoothly. They have also made lots of new friends, taken part in Village activities and go on ExtraCare trips.
Kath says: "Since moving in we feel more settled and enjoy being able to walk round the Village at night time. We also feel safer because of the CCTV cameras and the fact we can stop and chat to staff members at any time."
She reports that Gordon has taken a keen interest in wildlife and keeps records of what animals he sees and when. And she adds: "Moving into the Village has been the best thing that has happened to us."
As we all start to safely emerge from lockdown, we would like to take this opportunity to say thank you to all who have supported our villages and residents over the last few months. And say thank you to the NHS and all key workers across the UK too as well as sending our thoughts to all communities where loved ones have been lost.
This video features our CEO, Mick Laverty, alongside some of our residents, to explain how the last few months have been and how we have so far achieved our mission to protect our community and create a safe haven for all.
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