Runnymede Court is located in north Farnborough with excellent transport links. It is just a few miles from junction 4 of the M3. There are 23 one and two bed apartments with facilities including a shared lounge and guest room.
There is a weekly residents club making this a very happy and inclusive community. An on-site manager looks after the upkeep of the buildings and gardens, as well as helping you to access further help and support if you need it. A pharmacy and convenience store are among some of the amenities close to hand.
Farnborough is a town in north east Hampshire. It has one main shopping centre divided into three areas; Kingsmead, Queensmead and Princesmead. There are three supermarkets in Farnborough. On the border with Frimley, there is a retail park known as Blackwater Retail Park with high street names and restaurants.
Farnborough Leisure Centre has a range of facilities including a gym, pool, tenpin bowling, health suite and treatment rooms
Art and culture
The town of Farnborough in north Hampshire is probably best known for its biennial international air show. Hundreds of companies exhibit at the show and thousands of people visit.
Farnborough Abbey is where Napoleon III and his wife are buried. The monks live a simple Benedictine life. They earn their living through printing, publishing, bookbinding, and the Abbey Shop is an important part of the monastery's income and is open to visitors.
The Brightlight Theatre Company is an amateur theatre group in Farnborough which performs three productions a year.at the Wavell Community Campus. The Aldershot and Farnborough Festival show cases dance, choirs, pianos and speech and drama groups.
Location and transport links
The A325 enters the town from Frimley to the north, and continues into Aldershot to the south. The A331 runs north to south along the east side of the town. Farnborough (Main) railway station on the South Western Main Line operates services from London Waterloo to Basingstoke and beyond. Farnborough North railway station and North Camp railway station are both on the North Downs Line between Reading and Gatwick.
Distance to GP: 0.75 miles
Distance to shop: 0.75 miles
Distance to bus stop: 0.05 miles
Distance to Post Office: 0.75 miles