This development has 31 one and two bed apartments. There are a wide range of facilities for residents including library, hobbies room, lounge and a guest room for visitors. A hairdressers and treatment room is also based on site here. Activities arranged on the development include morning coffee, afternoon tea, ceramics and card making.
One of the benefits of this development is your professional on-site manager who looks after the buildings and grounds maintenance and repairs, as well as helping you to access further help and support if you need it. There are gardens, park and indoor swimming pool across the road from Hanover Court. There is a local parade of shops which includes a supermarket and pet store.
Didcot is a town in Oxfordshire about 10 miles south of Oxford. The Orchard Centre houses 30 stores, supermarket, cinema and entertainment centre. The Thames Valley Farmers’ Market is run every second Saturday of the month. Didcot has three main leisure centres: Didcot Leisure Centre, Didcot Wave Leisure Pool (which is across from Hanover Court) and Willowbrook Leisure Centre.
An £8 million arts and entertainment centre, Cornerstone, is next to the Orchard Centre. It contains exhibition and studio spaces, a cafe and a 236 seat auditorium. Didcot also has a nature reserve, Mowbray Fields, where wildlife including common spotted orchid and southern marsh orchid grow.
Location and transport links
The town is situated on the A4130 which connects to the A34, north to Oxford and south to Newbury and the M4. Didcot Parkway is the local railway station and operates services to Reading, Didcot, Oxford, London Paddington, Bristol and South Wales. Local bus services operate to Abingdon, Oxford, Wallingford, Reading and Newbury.
Distance to GP: 0.5 miles
Distance to shop: 0 miles
Distance to bus stop: 0 miles
Distance to Post Office: 0.25 miles