Churchill Retirement Living will again be taking part in Ringwood Carnival festivities, as this year’s official sponsor of the Carnival’s firework display.
Clinton McCarthy, Managing Director at the firm, presented the organisers of Ringwood Carnival with a cheque to ensure the Carnival - which takes place on Saturday 19th September - will have another year of stunning fireworks.
Churchill Retirement, who build retirement apartments across the UK, have their Head Quarters and South West Office in Ringwood. The company has supported the Carnival since 2007, providing thousands of pounds to the event over the years.
As further long term commitment to the town, Churchill has also chosen Ringwood as the location to launch its flagship development from their new Autograph collection. The King Edgar Lodge development on Christchurch Road, consisting of 25 boutique style apartments, will be available to purchase from August 2015.
The first of Churchill Retirement’s smaller exclusive collection of developments for over 60s, the Autograph collection features interiors designed by Jane Clayton. Further Autograph developments are planned in a number of locations across the UK. For more information please call 0800 458 1857.
Clinton McCarthy, Managing Director of Churchill Retirement Living comments:
“Churchill Retirement is based in Ringwood and we have a long, happy association with the town. We employ many locals, and provide training opportunities for the town’s younger people through our apprenticeships. We’re always looking for ways to help and support the community we’re based in.
“The Ringwood Carnival has become a big part of the end of summer season and we are very pleased to support it in its aim to raise funds and make donations to local charities and good causes.”
Michael Lingam-Willgoss, Ringwood Carnival Committee President, added:
“We’re really grateful for Churchill’s involvement and their very generous sponsorship of the firework display. What makes Ringwood a special place is some of the fantastic events we put on for everyone, but without the support of local businesses like Churchill Retirement and the continued support of the local community we wouldn’t be able to make the Carnival the huge success it is.”