Out and About Around Our Parks
With our three parks in Woodchurch, Folkestone and West Hythe, there is plenty for you to do both in the local community and in the surrounding towns.
When it comes to the retired and semi-retired people who live in our parks, we want to give you the best experience possible. Not only are there some fantastic community aspects within each park, the local areas and towns provide entertainment, eateries and cultural activities to really maximise the time you will spend with us.
Six Bells Park
There are plenty of options in and around the park for residents to while away their days, or spend an evening out. Activities in the park include a gardening club, pop-in parlour, history society and OAP club. The biggest draw is our Residents’ Association, which you will always be welcome to get involved with. Our community within Six Bells Park is extremely friendly, welcoming and more than happy to include new members in whatever they might get up to.
In the village of Woodchurch you are spoilt for choice and are in walking distance of a butchers, a selection of local shops, a doctor’s surgery, post office, two pubs and a lovely village green. Not only that, but there is a bus service that runs throughout the village, as well as stopping right outside of the front of the park. The bus will also take you to Ashford, where you will find the popular designer outlet centre, as well as Ashford International train station.More Information On Woodchurch Amenities
With many local amenities in Folkestone, Highview Park is in the perfect position for you to enjoy town life while still being able to come back to your clifftop home. You will have easy access to a butchers and bakers, as well as a range of cafes, restaurants and shops to visit. Nearby are the Kent Battle of Britain Museum, the Battle of Britain Memorial and the famous Lees Lift, which carries passengers from the clifftop all the way down to the beach.
For those interested in the arts, the Creative Foundation has been recently built in Folkestone and it offers a wide variety of shows and events within its medium sized theatre, from live music and films, to talks and comedy nights.More Information On Folkestone Amenities
The Prince of Wales Park
Based in West Hythe and on the edges of New Romney and close to Folkestone and Deal, the Prince of Wales Park gives its residents a real range of activities and amenities to choose from. Hythe has a thriving retirement-age community, with bowling, tennis, squash, cricket and a local sailing club all available for you to join when you stay at the Prince of Wales Park.More Information On West Hythe Amenities
Based in Woodchurch, Folkestone and West Hythe, we provide tight-knit and friendly communities in gorgeous parks across the South East. If you are interested in finding out more about our residential communities, feel free to call us on 01233 733880, message us through our contact form, or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.