Hanover Court has 24 one bed apartments which benefit from shared gardens and a guest room for visiting friends and family. There is a strong sense of community and residents often arrange events including meeting residents at Hanover Court in Eastbourne for craft, afternoon tea and fish and chip suppers.
A professional site manager looks after buildings and grounds maintenance and repairs, as well as helping you to access further help and support if you need it. The high street is less than half a mile away with a range of shops including a pharmacy, supermarket and café. The local Age Concern at the Charles Hunt Centre has hot meals from Monday to Friday and activities every afternoon. It is a 10 minute walk from the development.
Hailsham has a variety of local and national shops, restaurants and several supermarkets throughout the town. The weekly livestock markets, together with the monthly farmers’ market and Friday stall markets continue to serve the town and the wider rural economy. Local food producers offer a variety of fresh meat, fruit and vegetables, dairy products, honey, bread, cakes, eggs, pies, and jams and pickles.
The 'Freedom Leisure Centre' recreation complex, located near the town centre, has facilities including a gym and swimming pool (with a flume and water slide). Several ten-pin bowling lanes were added in 2006. Hailsham Outdoor Bowling Club is based at the rear of the complex.
In and around the area
The Hailsham Choral Society performs several concerts in Hailsham and neighbouring towns throughout the year. Hailsham Pavilion is a Grade II listed cinema and concert hall built in 1921. Summerheath Hall has a long history of being home to amateur dramatic players, whose regular musical and drama performances have been presented there since the early 1930s.
Hailsham Country Park covers approximately 22 acres and incorporates woodland, an open field area, wildflower meadow, two ponds and a lake. The Common Pond in Bellbanks Road has been a focal point in Hailsham for centuries and is considered to be the town's "Jewel In The Crown".
The Dennis King Memorial Orchard & Sensory Garden was officially opened in 2010 to help reverse the trend in the loss of traditional English orchards and create a fully accessible community garden for local residents.
Location and transport links
This development lies to the east of Hailsham close to Marshfoot Lane. The town is 8 miles north of Eastbourne and 24 miles south of Tunbridge Wells. It is close to the A22 and A27.
Bus services link Hailsham with Lewes and Brighton, Uckfield, Polegate and Eastbourne, Battle, Bexhill and Hastings.
Rail services operate from Eastbourne and Hastings to London, Ashford, Tunbridge Wells, Lewes, Gatwick Airport and Brighton. Airline services operate from Gatwick Airport (near Crawley) whilst Heathrow Airport is reached via the M23 and M25 motorways.
Distance to GP: 0.28 miles
Distance to shop: 0.28 miles
Distance to bus stop: 0.28 miles
Distance to Post Office: 0.28 miles