Anerley Place (ZA)

A home for the aged operated by the Orange-Natal Conference at Anerley, approximately 75 miles (120 kilometers) south of Durban, South Africa, on a 2.5-acre (one-hectare) property donated early in 1962 by an elderly Seventh-day Adventist member. The site overlooks the Indian Ocean, is adjacent to the Missionary Volunteer youth camp, and is within a five-minute walk of a shop, a post office, and a beach. The home was officially opened with 14 residents on Apr. 15, 1963. Besides the original residence, which provides some accommodations, facilities for a large kitchen, and a community dining room, there were 45 self-contained single and double apartments, with veranda and garden space for each occupant, and a community library-lounge. Anerley church, just across the road, provides the reside...

From the Seventh-day Adventist Encyclopedia. Published with permission from the Review and Herald Publishing Association.

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