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Driving Directions

From London / Toronto

Take Highway 401 to Highway 402
Take Highway 402 to first Strathroy exit. (Hickory Drive)
Follow Hickory Drive through Strathroy. (It changes names from Hickory Drive to Albert Street)
Strathmere Lodge is six blocks up on the right side, after going through the third set of lights

From Sarnia

Take 402 to Kerwood interchange (County Road #6)
Turn south on County Road 6 and travel to first stop sign
Turn left at stop sign on to County Road #39 (Napperton Drive)
Follow to Strathroy (Napperton Dr becomes Albert St)
Strathmere Lodge is on left side as you enter Strathroy town limits

From Windsor

Take 401 to Melbourne interchange (Elgin County Rd #14)
Turn North on County Road #14 and follow; County Road #14 turns into County Road #9 as you enter Middlesex County
Follow County Road #9 through Melbourne and through Cairngorm to Strathroy
As you enter Strathroy, turn left on Victoria Street (Arena on right)
Follow Victoria Street to first set of lights and turn left
Strathmere Lodge is six blocks up on the right side

Maps

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Job Opportunities

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Strathmere Lodge

Strathmere Lodge, a not-for-profit, long-term-care home is owned by the County of Middlesex.

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