24, 25 February 2017
26, 27 May 2017
14, 15 July 2017
We are able to offer help to you if you have worked in the Book Trade for over 12 months with grants for retraining, living with a disability, medical need and many other needs which those who have worked in the industry might find themselves facing because of redundancy, sickness or other life events.
We also welcome former Book Trade Members to live at The Retreat – comprising 18 bungalows, 4 town-houses, 4 flats, and the original 7 almshouses plus gatehouse, we work on the principle that age, health or financial means shouldn’t be a barrier to achieving an enjoyable quality of life.
We welcome applications from eligible people who may be interested in our occasional housing vacancies. If you are interested in finding out more about the Retreat or perhaps making a visit, then contact David Hicks.
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