Increase a glass for retirement life
Submitted for publication by Ian Payne
Retirement Living Lodges in East Grinstead, Peacehaven and Littlehampton are inviting people to join them in socially distant gatherings to raise a glass for better times this spring as lockdown restrictions are eased to allow groups of up to six outside Being able to make contacts.
Events will take place on Wednesday April 21 at McIndoe Lodge in East Grinstead, Thursday April 22 at Neville Lodge in Peacehaven and Tuesday April 27 at Hale Lodge in Littlehampton
Visitors are offered a “Treat Box” and the opportunity to meet the Churchill team in the communal gardens and outside areas of the lodges to learn more about the apartments and the lifestyle on offer. Guests are welcome to bring a family member or friend, and it’s important to book a time slot to ensure social distance. The events follow the current government guidelines for outdoor meetings, with all necessary safety and hygiene measures in place.
Anne Scherrer, Churchill Regional Marketing Manager, said, “Traditionally, our garden parties are the perfect opportunity for local people to experience the fun and social lifestyle of a brand new Churchill apartment up close. This year looks a little different, of course, and we have taken many steps to maintain our excellent track record of keeping everyone safe during the pandemic. “
Churchill Retirement Living Lodges offer private one and two bedroom retirement homes for those looking to enjoy an active, independent lifestyle. Each apartment has been designed exclusively for retired people and has a number of security features, such as a 24-hour emergency number and a video entry system.
Developments in Churchill have proven to be very safe places to live and the rate of Covid-19 infection among Churchill owners is still less than a third of that in the entire UK population and safety and wellbeing remain a priority.