Croydon In-Home Care Services
Located 18 miles northeast of Philadelphia, Croydon is a neighborhood nestled in Bristol Borough. According to a 2017 census, Croydon has 9,807 residents and the median household income is $53,574. The median property value is $199,200.
History of Croydon/ Bristol
The name Croydon is derived from the Anglo-Saxon word croh (crocus) and denu (valley). This beautiful town is home to Strayer University, Cairn University-Langhorne, and Pennco Tech-Bristol as well as mid-size businesses, including PAC Industries and Denaq Laptop Batteries. Bordered by the Neshaminy Creek and Delaware River, just off I-95, it’s no wonder this town (Bristol Borough) was a popular seaport in the 17th and 18th centuries.
Located in Bucks County (PA), the history of Croydon is based on Bristol. Bristol was established in 1681 by Samuel Clift. According to Doron Green, Clift received the title to 262 acres of land. Bristol was once called “Buckingham” and is the “third oldest town” in Pennsylvania. The town was built on a Native American trial that lead to the Delaware River. Bristol was a popular crossing from Pennsylvania and New Jersey, in which the ferry was a prized means of transportation during the Revolutionary War.
Bristol was the only seaport above Philadelphia where ship manufacturing was established at the time. The first ship was built in April 1727, a 25-ton sloop named “Expedition.”
Things to do in Croydon/Bristol
Along with its beautiful locale, there are many fun things to do in Croydon and Bristol.
- Take in a show at the Bristol Riverside Theatre. Located on Radcliffe Street, this quaint theater offers Broadway-quality shows, such as The Producers and Triumph of Love.
- Visit the Amish Market. Easy to get to off from Route 13, the Amish Market offers plenty of produce, baked goods, poultry, seafood, candy, and more. It’s known to have the best meats and donuts in Bristol!
- Tour the Grundy Museum. Walking into the Grundy Museum: The Margaret R. Grundy Memorial Museum is like walking back in time to the Victorian period. This beautiful home turned museum was built as a retreat for the Grundy family. It’s a true reflection of Queen Anne style and showcases the elegances afforded to Croydon’s most political family.
- Stop in for a drink at The Pines Tavern. You’ll enjoy some of the best wings you’ve ever tasted in this hidden gem. This bar/restaurant is nothing fancy, which makes it a great place to relax with a great meal and a mixed drink.
- Trainpops Attic is for train lovers! If you have a passion for model trains, this is the place you must see. You’ll find a huge selection of gauges, trains, and accessories.
- Learn about whiskey at Dad’s Hat. A unique whiskey tasting experience awaits you! Take a tour and learn how rye whiskey is made.
Comfort Keepers Services
Comfort Keepers was created to serve the care needs of seniors who want to stay in their homes. We offer a wide range of services to ensure your elderly loved one is safe, nourished and happy with our in-home care services. We understand the challenges of caring for a parent, especially with dementia or Alzheimer’s. Our staff receives the latest training, so your parent has the best quality of life possible. Contact us today at (215)-703-2299 to learn more about our customized senior care plans.
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Croydon Senior Caregivers
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