The former Cadbury’s chocolate factory in Keynsham will become the Trust's fifth retirement community and is due to open in summer 2017.
St Monica Trust’s retirement villages provide high quality sheltered accommodation and innovative care for elderly and disabled people. We are recognised nationally as one of the leading providers of continuing nursing care in Bristol and North Somerset.
From urban developments to rural idylls, our retirement villages and nursing care homes across Bristol and North Somerset promote independence, dignity and fulfilment among all our residents.
Founded in 1925 by Henry and Monica Wills, St Monica Trust is a not-for-profit organisation with a strong financial background. A combination of income from residents and a well-established endowment fund allows the charity to provide services to a wide range of people.
All St Monica staff play a vital role in delivering well-being to our residents. With over 900 permanent employees, we recognise the importance of recruiting and retaining top quality staff.
Sandford Station retirement village is the Trust's most recent development and is situated in the beautiful North Somerset countryside, close to the Mendip Hills.
The Trust is delighted to have been given the green light to build a further eight apartments in its latest development, The Chocolate Quarter.
The St Monica Trust has named its new retirement community at the former Somerdale factory in Keynsham, The Chocolate Quarter.