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Abbeyfield Jersey Society - sheltered housing ( 8.40.5.L5 )
Ace of Clubs (Rouge Bouillon School) - after school and holiday care ( 8.30.84.L3 )
Adoption in Jersey ( 8.30.55. )
After Adoption ( 8.30.55.L6 )
Age Concern ( 8.40.25. )
Amnesty International ( 8.62.4.L2 )
Association of Jersey Charities ( 8.62.0 )
Barnardo's - Plan B Jersey (8.2.2)
Bereavement counselling and support groups ( 8.45.16. )
Birth details, availability ( 8.30.55.L4 )
Bringing an elderly person to live in Jersey ( 8.40.0.L1 )
British Red Cross Society ( 8.60.1.L3 )
Bush Hospital Foundation ( 8.62.3.L36 )
Carers - Respite Care ( 8.34.0.L1 )
Centre Point Trust ( 8.30.84.L2 )
Channel Islands Air Search ( 8.62.3.L27 )
Channel Islands Family History Society ( 8.55.7.L1 )
Charities who collect goods and recycling ( 8.62.1.L4 )
Charity shops ( 8.62.1.L5 )
Child accident prevention (Jersey) ( 8.30.80.L11 )
Child contact centre (drop-off centre) ( 8.30.40.L3 )
Child protection in Jersey ( 8.30.65.L2 )
Child Support Agency (UK) ( 8.27.10.L9 )
Childcare for Children ( 8.30.80.L7 )
Childline - Channel Islands ( 8.30.65.L7 )
Childminding ( 8.30.80.L1 )
Children leaving Home, being left alone, babysitting ( 8.30.5.L5 )
Children with behavioural problems-Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service( 8.30.5.L1 )
Children's Service ( 8.30. )
Civil Partnerships- [8.18.9]
Collecting for Charity ( 8.62.1.L3 )
Community alarms / Alarms for the elderly - ( 8.40.0.L2 )
Concessions & Benefits for Senior Citizens ( 8.40.25.L4 )
Congratulatory Telemessages from the Queen ( 8.55.3.L6 )
Day Care Centres - Elderly persons ( 8.40.5.L4 )
Dewberry House (8.2.3)
Divorce - self help groups ( 8.27.10.L10 )
End of Marital Relationship Checklist ( 8.25.1 )
Facilities [Sports] with Creches ( 8.30.80.L13 )
Families Need Fathers ( 8.30.82.L8 )
Family Centre Service ( 8.30.0.L2 )
Family Mediation Jersey ( 8.25.13.L1 )
Family Well Being (8.30.6)
Feeding / Changing facilities for babies ( 8.30.80.L9 )
Fostering ( 8.30.60 )
Free holidays for the elderly at Maison Des Landes ( 8.34.0.L6 )
Free smoke alarms for the elderly ( 8.40.0.L9 )
Free Will facility for members of Unite ( 8.45.4.L5 )
Gender dysphoria (Trans*, Transgender, Gender Non Conforming) ( 8.14.6 )
Gender Recognition (Jersey) Law 2010- (8.55.3.15)
Getting married in Jersey (including marriage of couples living outside Jersey ( 8.18.8.L1 )
Godparents ( 8.30.1.L3 )
Good Companions Clubs ( 8.40.25.L5 )
Help an African Schoolchild ( 8.62.4.L5 )
Help for UK Holocaust Survivors and Refugees (8.62.4.L6)
Human bones found ( 8.45.12.L12 )
Jersey Aid for Europe Foundation ( 8.62.3.L39 )
Jersey Association for Youth and Friendship (Hostels for young people) ( 8.62.3.L13 )
Jersey Association of Child Carers ( 8.30.80.L4 )
Jersey Association of Retired Persons (Formerly The Jersey Friendship Centre) (8.40.25.L3)
Jersey Care Leavers Association (8.30.65.L3)
Jersey Cheshire Homes Foundation (Accommodation for disabled people) ( 8.62.3.L15 )
Jersey Child Care Trust ( 8.30.80. )
Jersey Domestic Violence Forum ( 8.22.4.L1 )
Jersey Hospice Care ( 8.62.3.L25 )
Jersey Lifeboat Guild ( 8.62.3.L8 )
Jersey Round Table ( 8.62.3.L26 )
Jersey Women's Refuge ( 8.22.4.L2 )
Lady Taverners / Lord's Taverners ( 8.62.3.L24 )
Living Wills (8.45.1.L2)
Marriage abroad ( 8.18.8.L2 )
Marriage in church - Jersey, Times of ceremonies, Divorced couples - remarriage ( 8.18.8.L3 )
Missing persons / tracing people believed to be in Jersey ( 8.55.10 )
Mother and Toddler Groups - List ( 8.30.84.L8 )
Nannies and Au Pairs ( 8.30.80.L10 )
NSPCC National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children, Jersey ( 8.30.65.L8 )
Organ Donorship ( 8.45.1.L1 )
Out of hours services (10.6.7.L5)
Oxfam Jersey Group ( 8.62.3.L22 )
Parenting Support Services( 8.30.82. )
Parish sheltered housing ( 8.40.5.L7 )
Paternity testing for parentage assessment ( 8.30.10. )
Pirates Club, a charity to help the needy elderly ( 8.40.25.L2 )
RAFA - Royal Air Force Association - The Royal Air Force Benevolent Fund ( 8.62.3.L29 )
Re-registration of birth, natural parents marrying ( 8.30.32.L3 )
Registered Childcare ( 8.30.84.L1 )
Registration of Births/Marriages/Deaths. Certificates ( 8.55.3. )
Relate Jersey ( 8.25.13. )
Relationships and housing ( 8.28.0. )
Respite care for children ( 8.30.0.L4 )
Rights and responsibilities of children under eighteen ( 8.30.5.L3 )
Rotary Clubs ( 8.62.3.L10 )
Royal British Legion ( 8.60.1.L1 )
Samaritans ( 8.62.3.L16 )
Sanctuary Trust - Men's Shelter (8.18.8.L4)
School holiday - child care ( 8.30.80.L12 )
Senior Citizens Association ( 8.40.25.L7 )
Setting up a charity in Jersey. To register a charity in Jersey ( 8.62.1.L1 )
Sheltered Homes ( 8.40.5.L2 )
Smack or Assault? ( 8.30.65.L6 )
Soroptomist International ( 8.62.3.L4 )
St John Ambulance ( 8.60.1.L7 )
St Paul's Mother and Toddler Group ( 8.30.84.L7 )
St Pauls Church / Community Centre ( 8.60.1.L2 )
St Vincent de Paul Society ( 8.62.3.L34 )
The Silver Line UK (8.24.7)
Variety Club - Tent 52 (Children's Welfare) ( 8.62.3.L2 )
Video recordings and young people ( 8.30.1.L2 )
Wooden Spoon Society ( 8.62.3.L35 )
Young Parents Support Group ( 8.30.5.L8 )
Young People - Proof of Age (8.30.15)
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LOCAL INFORMATION

8.40.5.L5
The Abbeyfield Jersey Society

Extent: Jersey
Updated 10 January 2015
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Contact Name:  M. Dootson

    Contact Position: Manager Housekeeper
    Telephone: 01534 720251
    E-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
    Website: www.abbeyfieldjersey.com/.../home.htm

   Abbeyfield House and Lynton
    Nelson Avenue
    St Helier
    JE2 4PD

Aims of the Abbeyfield Society

Abbeyfield Jersey Society aims to provide care and companionship for the elderly;  the kind of life that elderly people are used to, within the kind of houses that remind them of home and not of an institution; to give comfort, security and friendship while preserving a warm friendly atmosphere, in districts familiar to them, and in privacy and independence.

Residents pay an inclusive charge which covers:

Your unfurnished room plus full share of the general costs of the house, including the cost of the Housekeeper.  The furnishing of your room, including the curtains and floor covering is entirely up to you.  You may have your own private telephone in your room if you wish, but all charges appertaining to this must be paid by you.

All lighing and heating.

Two meals per day - lunch and supper.

The basic requirements for breakfast, which you get for yourself, bread, butter, cereals, tea, coffee, milk etc.

 Are there any Rules

You are free to occupy and furnish your room in whatever way you wish.  Of course, as in any house, you should do nothing which unduly disturbs your neighbours. Otherwise, you are free to entertain yourself and your friends as you like.  The cleaning of your room is your own responsibility.

 Flats at Lynton

In addition to the rent, which includes Parish Rates, residents will be responsible for their own water rates, telephone and electricity bills and their own housekeeping arrangements.

If residents wish, they may take lunch in the Abbeyfield House on Sundays and one other day during the week at a small charge.  Meals may also be available in the event of temporary incapacity.

Residents of the Flats will be invited to take part in all social events at the Abbeyfield House and may use the garden, and communal sitting room as they wish.