Children from Frinton on Sea Primary School welcomed the construction team from Churchill Retirement Living’s Cooper Lodge into their school for a special site safety talk.
Contracts manager David Ryman and his trusty sidekick Ivor Goodsite visited the school to teach pupils all about safety on building sites, as well as giving an insight into the day-to-day activities on-site.
Tracey Caffull, executive headteacher at Frinton on Sea Primary School, said:
We are extremely grateful to Churchill Retirement Living for visiting the school to give a talk during assembly time – it was a great opportunity for the children to discover what the workers do on site each day and to ask the builders lots of questions. They all enjoyed meeting Ivor especially, and it might have even inspired some of them to consider a career in construction when they grow up!
David Ryman, contracts manager at Churchill Retirement Living, said: “It’s so important for children to understand the dangers of playing on building sites so we were pleased that the school were happy for us to pay them a visit. It was wonderful to see how enthusiastic they were learning about how we build the retirement Lodges and how excited they were to see Ivor!”
Cooper Lodge on Pole Barn Lane, comprises 40 private, self-contained apartments that are specially designed for the over 60s, with features such as a video-entry systems, lift to all floors, a 24 hour care and support system, and a Lodge Manager.
With less to worry about, Owners will have more time to do the things they enjoy, including taking advantage of the host of other benefits which will be on offer, such as having family or friends to stay in the development’s well-appointed Guest Suite and enjoying a chat with neighbours, or attending one of the many events, in the Owners’ Lounge. There will also be a Lodge Manager, who will oversee the running of the development.
Frinton-on-Sea offers a broad range of leisure facilities. The leisure centre has an indoor pool and gym that can be found within a mile of the site. The town also offers a cricket club, tennis club and golf club – ideal for the more active retiree. Being on the seafront there are vast amounts of walks and cycling paths from Frinton-on-Sea to surrounding towns. A bakery, a butchers, a fishmongers and a greengrocers are nearby so you can buy the weekly shop from local suppliers.
With excellent transport links, the local train station is situated within walking distance from the development and there are many local buses that provide access to surrounding towns such as Walton-on-the-Naze, Colchester, Holland-on-Sea and Clacton-on-Sea.
For more information about the apartments available at Cooper Lodge, please call 0800 458 1856 or click here.