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1-6 Church Road
London E10 5JX
Originally founded in 1656 by the will of John Smith, the Leyton United/Church Road Almshouses in Waltham Forest were rebuilt in 1885 in a Tudor style by Richard Creed FRIBA, who also designed the nearby Essex Cricket pavilion. The Almshouses feature knapped flint work and early Crittall windows. The scheme consists of six one-bedroom properties.
Leyton United joined Pathways on 1st August 2012.
|Nearest Tube Station||Leyton for Central Line|
|Nearest Bus Stop||Oliver Road/Church Road:
Route 58 and Route 158
|Nearest Rail Station||Leyton Midland Rail Station (Mainline and London Overground)|
In exceptional circumstances where it has not been possible to fill a vacancy from this locality, then the trustees may consider applicants from the Pathways Jubilee area of benefit comprising the London boroughs of Wandsworth, Waltham Forest, Enfield, Haringey, Greenwich, Newham, Tower Hamlets and Lambeth.
If you wish to apply for a place at this independent living housing scheme, please print off and complete the accommodation application form, then return it to Pathways at 33 Dean Court, Bowmans Close, Ealing London W13 9YU.
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