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Glenn View Court

Leacray Crescent, Ribbleton, Preston, Lancashire

Glenn View Court is situated off Leacray Crescent in Ribbleton and consists of 42 retirement flats.

Preston first received its charter in the 12th century and is situated at the highest navigable point of the River Ribble. It became an important cotton manufacturing town and in the 17th century Cromwell defeated the Duke of Hamilton here. Later in the 18th century it became a centre of Jacobian sympathy and both Pretenders were proclaimed King in the marketplace. The Harris library and museum contains important prehistoric timbers from Bleasdale.

Facilities include a visiting manager and emergency alarm service.

Access: Preston is situated about ten miles east of Blackburn and about 16 miles north-east of Southport and 16 miles due north of Wigan. Leyland is five miles and Lytham St Annes 14 miles. The M6 at J31 is about four miles east of the town and fast trains to London (Paddington) take about two and a half hours.
Scheme Features: Local Amenities: Environment:
  • Manager: Non-resident
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Glenn View Court
North British Housing Association Ltd
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