A small development of 10 two bedroom bungalows in the village of Westhead outside Ormskirk. All shops and amenities are situated a few miles away in either Ormskirk or Skelmersdale. Regular buses run to both these towns.
Having a professional on-site manager will mean that not only will you be able to access further help and support if you need it but also they will ensure the buildings and grounds maintenance and repairs, are taken care of.
Ormskirk is a historic market town in West Lancashire. Ormskirk is now mainly a retail centre, which also has a number of bars and restaurants. There are four supermarkets in the town. An open market is held twice-weekly, on Thursdays and Saturdays, in the pedestrianized centre. Ormskirk also has an indoor market situated on Moorgate.
The town has three main parks and a number of other smaller play areas and open spaces. Coronation Park, a large park in the town centre on Park Road, has children's play areas, fitness equipment, duck pond, bowling green, bandstand and wild flower meadow.
Discover more about the town’s 800-year history with a visit to the 12th Century Ormskirk Parish Church. Named St Peter and St Paul, the church is one of the only three churches in the country to have both a steeple and a spire. Another historic landmark is Ormskirk’s grade-II listed Clock Tower, situated in the heart of the town centre and built in 1876 in dramatic ‘gothic’ style.
Location and transport links
Ormskirk is situated 13 miles north of Liverpool city centre. The A59 is the main road, with Preston to the north and Liverpool to the south. Ormskirk railway station operates services to Liverpool Central and Preston. Regular buses run to nearby towns including Ormskirk and Skelmersdale.
Distance to GP: 2 miles
Distance to shop: 2 miles
Distance to bus stop: 0.25 miles
Distance to Post Office: 2 miles