Jubilee Court

Elwyn Road, March, Cambridgeshire PE15 9BH

Situated in the heart of the delightful market town of March, Jubilee Court provides apartments and communal facilities for over 60s.

Designed to offer comfort, independence and peace of mind, Jubilee Court has everything you need to enjoy a happy, fulfilling retirement.

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Exterior of Jubilee Court
The lawn area at Jubilee Court Retirement Living
Seating area at Jubilee Court
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Life at Jubilee Court

At Jubilee Court, you choose the lifestyle that suits you.

In the morning, a local newsagent can deliver your morning paper, and during the day, we will give you a call to check you are okay. After breakfast in your apartment, you might choose to meet friends in our communal lounge, or take part in one of our regular activities. At lunchtime, the restaurant serves delicious hot meals, and friends or family can join you.

If you fancy a change of scenery, you can walk to the local town of March for a spot of shopping, visit the twice-weekly market or take a stroll around the attractive gardens alongside the River Nene. Alternatively, you could spend the day with family or friends visiting Peterborough, or enjoying the sights and sounds of the historic city of Cambridge.

In the afternoon, you might join us for one of our regular social events, take part in a game of bingo, do some gardening, or visit the hairdressing salon for some pampering. By evening you may want to take it easy after all the activity! If not, you can always join friends to watch TV, or for a chat or a mutual hobby.

The Care Quality Commission (CQC) is the national independent regulator of all health and social care services in England. They inspect and monitor care homes, nursing homes and supported housing where personal care is provided and produce reports about them, to help you find a service that suits you.

One of our taste restaurants

Taste restaurant

Our Taste restaurant is open to residents for lunch seven days a week. We can also cater for your guests, if booked in advance, so you can enjoy a meal with your friends and family. We regularly have special menus to celebrate special occasions throughout the year and our Taste restaurant has a 5* hygiene rating from the Food Standards Agency.

View sample menus and read more about our Taste restaurants.

Activities leader Jackie Croxford with Moreton Court resident Beth Thomas and David Faulkner

Activities and events

We hold regular social activities, offering you a chance to meet new people and be part of our friendly community. Activities include:

  • Quizzes, bingo and games
  • Exercise classes
  • Arts and crafts
  • Gardening

Our programme of organised events includes entertainers, visiting animals and coffee mornings. Themed events are also held throughout the year, such as a summer fete, Macmillan coffee morning and a Christmas fayre. Find out more about what's on.

Our onsite services and facilities include:

  • Communal lounge with comfy seating and a TV
  • Games room with cards and board games
  • Hairdressing salon
  • Laundry rooms on all floors
  • Accessible landscaped gardens
  • Lifts to all floors and level access throughout the building
  • Accessible bathroom so you can enjoy a bath in safety and comfort
  • Buggy store with charge points for mobility scooters
  • Secure door entry to the building and your apartment
  • Organised activities and social events
  • Pharmacy, post, and newspapers delivered directly to your door

Am I eligible?

To be eligible to live at Jubilee Court, you must:

  • Be aged 60 or over, or have long-term care needs
  • Reside in, or have a family connection to, the local area
  • Have your care and support needs assessed and approved by Cambridgeshire County Council

We aim to offer a lively atmosphere and mixed community of people who have a range of care needs.

Jubilee Court may not be suitable if you require a substantial amount of regular nursing care.

How do I apply?

  1. Contact us for an application form, or contact Cambridgeshire County Council’s adult social care team.
  2. We’ll arrange for you to visit and meet us.
  3. We’ll help you to complete a housing assessment and affordability form, as you may be eligible for financial assistance towards your rent and part of your service charge.
  4. While you’re here, we may assess if you would benefit from care and support services, and our care provider, Radis Community Care, may arrange to visit you at home to discuss your needs. For your care to be funded by Cambridgeshire County Council, you must have had your needs assessed and approved by the adult social care team.

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