The Hospital of St. John is a charity and almshouse, which provides affordable housing for people in need but who wish to live independently.
Hospital of St. John was founded in 1449; it was endowed in 1472, and is now governed by a Scheme of the Charity Commission
dated 5 June 2018.
The Hospital is located in the village of Heytesbury on a site of approximately
two acres. There are 33 units of accommodation in total, of which two are allocated to staff. Of the remainder, some are for
single occupancy, some are suitable for single or double, and some exclusively for double occupancy.
is contained in a number of buildings including a Georgian Grade II Listed building, two-storey apartment buildings, and bungalows
constructed between 1970 and 1976.
In addition there is a Chapel, a Residents' Hall with kitchen for
communal use, a laundry room, and a double guest flat for residents' visitors.