In 1973, a group of forward thinking Quakers wanted to provide services to older adults in the Cherry Hill, NJ area and purchased the Cherry Hill Lodge in what was then a rural area. The Lodge was transformed into Cadbury at Cherry Hill, and is now Premier Cadbury Continuing Care Retirement Community, a thriving continuing care retirement community that sits in a desirable location, minutes from Center City Philadelphia.
Our very name, Cadbury, comes from Henry C. Cadbury, who was a peace and civil rights activist, biblical scholar and leader in the founding of the American Friends Service Committee (AFSC). Mr. Cadbury, the grand-nephew of the founder of Cadbury Chocolate, received the 1947 Nobel Peace Prize on behalf of AFSC. We're proud that Henry Cadbury's legacy of treating individuals with dignity and being innovative is still alive and well at Premier Cadbury Continuing Care Retirement Community today.