Pilgrims’ Friend Society

Pilgrims

Founded in 1807 as “The Aged Pilgrims’ Friend Society” and originally set-up to provide grants and pensions to needy elderly Christians, our ministry has grown so that we now have 16 schemes throughout England, providing a range of services for older people, from sheltered housing through to nursing and dementia care, as well as home-leave accommodation for missionary families.

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Pilgrims’ Friend Society also provide other resources to Christians, including a range of books and other publications, conference seminars and our own conferences each year.

The Pilgrims’ Friend Society group charity now incorporates Pilgrim Homes and six other, smaller charities.

All Pilgrims’ Friend Society schemes are well-known for their Christian character, and all are managed on Christian principles. All our senior staff fully agree with our Doctrinal Basis, which we explain in the booklet, ‘This We Believe’.

Anna Victoria Nursing Home Frinton-on-Sea

The Anna Victoria Nursing Home in Frinton on Sea offers residential nursing care, including for those with dementia. It has 28 en-suite rooms, each with its own TV, telephone point and nurse call system. The Home has a lift and is wheelchair accessible, and there are two lounges, a spacious dining room and a hair salon.

There is also a large landscaped formal garden at the front of the building and a smaller more intimate garden at the rear of the Home that residents and their friends and relatives are free to enjoy.

We enjoy showing visitors around the home, but request that if this is the purpose of your visit you call us first to arrange a suitable time. This allows us to allocate a member of staff to answer your questions.

Ernest Luff Homes Walton-on-the-Naze

Pilgrims’ Friend Society

Originally five separate local homes, the Ernest Luff Homes have been brought together in a superb, purpose-built environment in a pleasant and convenient location on the fringes of Frinton on Sea.

Ernest Luff is registered for a total of 45 residential care places, including 28 in the separate Olive Luff House, which specialises in dementia care. Many of the rooms have en-suite facilities, and there are also 11 bungalows for sheltered housing, and a Day Centre.

We enjoy showing visitors around the home, but request that if this is the purpose of your visit you call us first to arrange a suitable time. This allows us to allocate a member of staff to answer your questions.

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