The charity provides almshouses for the benefit of Warwick residents who are in need.Learn More
It owns and administers almshouses for the benefit of Warwick residents in need. Thomas Oken was a wealthy Mercer who died in 1573 leaving his fortune ‘for the relief in need’ of Warwick residents.Read more
Citizens Advice South Warwickshire has rounded off its 80th anniversary celebrations securing more than £125,000 in funding for a vital project helping people in crisis
I love the outlook, you’re never lonely here, there’s always something going on. I just feel relaxed.
“We do love it here I never want to move, it’s quiet but everywhere is nice and handy.”
“Financially I didn’t know which way to turn and then I heard about the Oken Trust.”
We currently have a property open to applications.
If you would like more information or to be registered on our waiting list please contact:
Telephone: 01926 491181
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