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Abbeyfield Southern Oaks is a community based organisation which relies on volunteers to help us achieve our goals


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Abbeyfield Southern Oaks is a not for profit organisation. We are affiliated to The Abbeyfield Society, but are independent and run our own affairs.


Regulator: Housing Corporation H1185  

Registered Office: The Old House, Epsom Road, Ewell, Surrey KT17 1JZ

Registered Charity Number 247308

The company, which is limited by guarantee, is registered in England and Wales at the above address (registration number 734705)

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Works on the Nonsuch Abbeyfield Extra Care Community on Old School Lane, Ewell have started. Enabling works including demolition of the existing buildings and establishment of the site compound are underway. Castleoak, our construction partner, will then start the construction works in late December 2017 with completion of the building in the latter half of 2019. For details of our progress and ongoing updates please go to the

 Nonsuch Abbeyfield website


New Development in Ewell

At Abbeyfield we want to change the way people think about dementia. One of the ways we can do that is to increase awareness of the condition by supporting the Dementia Friends Campaign.


We at Abbeyfield Southern Oaks fully support the National Abbeyfield Dementia strategy ‘Embrace’, and our staff will be attending  Dementia Friends Awareness  sessions in the New Year, Our society Manager has already completed her training and will apply to become a Dementia Friends Champion and deliver awareness sessions for ASO volunteers, staff, residents  and people from the local community.



The Picture shows a group of carers at the Right at Home care agency who were attending a  Dementia Awareness session as part of their induction.  A big thank you to  Alastair Shanks director of the agency for presenting an excellent thought provoking session.


Dementia