Candlemakers Court  Clitheroe

Situated within the beautiful Ribble Valley, in a quiet corner of Clitheroe, Candlemakers Court is a development of 35 one and two bedroom apartments.

Candlemakers Court Clitheroe

Situated within the beautiful Ribble Valley, in a quiet corner of Clitheroe, Candlemakers Court is a development of 35 one and two bedroom apartments.

The ancient market town of Clitheroe is home to Candlemakers Court, a stunning development of 35 one and two bedroom town house apartments which enjoys a beautiful view of Pendle Hill. Widely considered to be one of the best retirement schemes in Clitheroe, it benefits from beautiful gardens within historic walls, a vibrant community centre and dedicated scheme management.

Situated on Lowergate it is within easy reach of the shops, pubs and market square of Clitheroe. The bus stop is within 100 yards of the development and there are three supermarkets within close proximity.

Candlemakers Court has a communal lounge which plays host to a range of activities and lunches each week, all of which is delivered by our dedicated scheme manager.

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What’s on site?

  • Guest suite
  • Active Social Calendar
  • Laundry Facility
  • Dedicated Onsite Scheme Management
  • Resident Car Park
  • Communal Gardens
  • Community Centre including Residents Lounge

Local area

Clitheroe is famous for its castle which is argued to be one of the smallest Norman Keeps in Britain and one of the oldest buildings in Lancashire. It is now home to a museum and 16 acres of landscaped gardens. Positioned atop a rocky outcrop the castle dominates the town.

For those who love nature the town is located in the shadow of Pendle Hill and close to the Forest of Bowland which is one of England’s 36 Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB).

The town is spoilt for choice in terms of shopping outlets. There is a regular outdoor market which has been held since the 12th century and numerous independent retailers of high quality food, drink and fashion. The town also benefits from 5 supermarkets and numerous banks and building societies.

In addition to its vibrant shopping scene, the town also plays host to the annual Clitheroe Food Festival which showcases over 80 locally selected producers and invites renowned professional chefs. The town has also hosted the Ribble Valley Jazz Festival for over 40 years.

There is a railway station in the town with direct trains to Blackburn and Manchester. The local bus service from the Clitheroe Interchange operates routes to the surrounding Lancashire and Yorkshire towns.

What does the service charge include?

  • Grounds maintenance and landscaping.
  • Buildings maintenance and responsive repairs.
  • Buildings insurance.
  • 24 Hour monitoring of the lifeline alarm system.
  • The maintenance and servicing of the lifeline system.
  • The upkeep and running costs of the community centre.
  • Management fee – Fairhaven’s administration and staff costs.
  • Communal laundry facility
  • Window cleaning.

Our Ethos

Create an environment where people want to live and staff want to work. Aspire to continuously improve.

Green Tick

Our promise to you

  • Every decision that we make is in the best interest of our residents, their homes and our villages.

  • Our focus is on service delivery and providing value for money.

  • To uphold the highest standards of honesty and integrity.

Living life

If you feel you’re becoming more isolated and vulnerable then a Fairhaven home provides a community on the outside and security on the inside.

Living Life

If you feel you’re becoming more isolated and vulnerable then a Fairhaven home provides a community on the outside and security on the inside.

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