Tawny Close Almshouses

Tawny Close, West Ealing, W13 9LX


The Tawny Close Almshouses were built in 1995 by the Ealing Consolidated Charities in conjunction with Bellway Homes to provide sheltered accommodation for the elderly.

The almshouses were officially opened by the Duke of Gloucester on 15th May 1997. The 2-storey buildings contain 32 single-bedroom apartments.


Current status

The almshouses are managed by Pathways (previously known as the Ealing Consolidated Charities).

Those eligible for accommodation must be aged 60 years or over, be capable of independent living and to have lived in Ealing for at least two years.

N.B. Photographs obtained in July 2020

Tawny Close Almshouses

The almshouses consist of twin terraces facing each other across a central garden. The western terrace is shown here.

Tawny Close Almshouses

A plaque outside the western terrace commemorates the official opening of the almshouses by the Duke of Gloucester.

References (Accessed 16th August 2021)

Last updated 16th August 2021

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