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Time for a positive change

Tuesday, 22 October 2019

Time for a positive change

You’ve worked hard all your life, perhaps raised a family, paid the bills and maintained your home and garden.

Isn't it time you started living the lifestyle that you want, without the time, hassle and unexpected expenses involved in the upkeep of your own property?

Living in a retirement village means you can be in the privacy of your own home and enjoy belonging to a friendly and welcoming neighbourhood. The choice is always yours as to how you want to spend your new-found leisure time, whether it's relaxing doing not much, or taking part in the vast array of village activities.

At the heart - The Community Centre 

Each village has a community centre which forms the leisure and social heart of the village. Village life is naturally inclined towards socialising, so there's never a dull moment if it's activities or events you crave. Don't forget, you can be involved in the community as much or as little as you like.

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