Situated on the outskirts of West Bolton in the parish of Deane, Runnymede Court is a development of 31 one bed apartments. On-site facilities include a residents' lounge, laundry and a guest room for visiting family and friends. This estate has an active residents' association which organises many activities, including coffee mornings and trips out. It is close to the town centre plus there are also good local amenities nearby, including a post office, medical centre, pharmacy and a local supermarket.
You won’t have to worry about buildings and grounds maintenance or repairs as an on-site manager looks after these points, as well as helping you to access further help and support if you need it.
Bolton is a town in Greater Manchester, close to the West Pennine Moors. It offers the historic Smithills Hall manor house and country park, a large central library, aquarium, museum, art gallery, concert halls, sports clubs as well as shopping centres, Victorian market hall, pubs, restaurants and cafés.
There are also some lovely scenic walks to be enjoyed in the surrounding area. For sports enthusiasts the town is home to local football team Bolton Wanderers, and there are other local football, rugby and cricket clubs nearby. The brand new Bolton One leisure centre including 25 metre swimming pool is only about half a mile away, with a wide range of facilities for everyone regardless of age or ability.
Things to see
Bolton's 26 conservation areas contain 700 listed buildings, many of which are in the town centre, and there is parkland including the Victorian Queen's Park, Leverhulme Park and other open spaces in the surrounding area.
The Bolton Symphony Orchestra performs regular concerts at the Albert Halls and Victoria Hall in the town centre. Bolton has several theatres including the Octagon and independent groups such as Bolton Little Theatre and the Phoenix Theatre Company. Inside the Town Hall there is a theatre and conference complex, the Albert Halls. Bolton Museum and Art Gallery has a fine collection of both local and international art.
Location and transport links
The development is conveniently situated just off the A676, near junction 5 of the M61. Regular bus services run to many locations including nearby Bury, Wigan and Chorley.
The town has a mainline station with frequent trains running into Manchester, Wigan, Southport and Blackburn. There are excellent transport links in the town including a bus station with National Express services running to Manchester and other towns.
Distance to GP: 0.25 miles
Distance to shop: 0.11 miles
Distance to bus stop: 0.11 miles
Distance to Post Office: 0.11 miles