Radwinter Road, Clacton-on-Sea, Essex
Saffron Lodge consists of 31 one and two-bedroom flats with shared facilities completed in 2014.
Saffron Walden was mentioned in Domesday as Waledana and had a mill and 30 beehives. It is a very attractive town and acquired its name from growing saffron crocuses in the Middle Ages. It became prosperous not just through crocuses but the cloth trade as well.
Facilities include a visiting manager and community alarm service, lift, lounge, guest facilities and garden.
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