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Home Support in Ashburton

Our home support service covers those living in and around the beautiful historical town of Ashburton that is a small town on the south-southeastern edge of Dartmoor in Devon.

Our home support service covers those living in and around the beautiful historical town of Ashburton that is a small town on the south-southeastern edge of Dartmoor in Devon. It was formerly important as a stannary town (a centre for the administration of tin-mining), and remains the largest town within Dartmoor National Park. The town offers are variety of places to visit, including the museum and numerous restaurants and coffee houses and is a stone trow away from the wide open expanses of the Dartmoor National Park, where our carers can offer companionship for a few hours a day.

We are also able to provide domestic help to those living in Ashburton and the surrounding area, our carers will help with all housework duties including laundry and some friendly chat along the way.

As part of the home support service we are also able to aid getting to and from appointments to The Ashburton Practice or to Torbay Hospitals.

Whether you or your family member living in Ashburton would like help to continue to live in their own home, safely and independently our carers are here to help. If you would like to know more please email us using the form below or contact us on: 01364 800125.

Local services:

  • Doctors
    • The Ashburton Practice at 1 Eastern Rd, Ashburton, Newton Abbot TQ13 7AP: Tel:  01364 652731
  • Hospitals
    • A&E at Torbay Hospital, Newton Rd, Torquay, TQ2 7AA – TEL: 01803 6145687
    • Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital, Barrack Rd, Exeter, Devon EX2 5DW – TEL:  01392 411611

Interesting facts:

Ashburton Pop

Ashburton used to be famous for a beverage known as Ashburton Pop, possibly a type of champagne, the recipe of which was lost with the brewer in 1765.

Ashburton Carnival

Ashburton Carnival is one of the oldest, possibly the oldest, surviving in Devon. Written records date it back to 1891, but it is believed to have been started in the mid-1880s to raise funds for a new hospital.