News and Events at Churchill

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Recent news

Not so neighbourly nation: Are we ignoring the older generation?

October 10, 2016

Four in 10 Brits have deliberately avoided their neighbours on at least one occasion, while three in 10 might not even recognise their neighbours if they bumped into them out of context, according to new research. In a sign that the nation is not as neighbourly as we used to be, a quarter of UK

Owners settle into life at new retirement development

October 3, 2016

The Lodge Manager at Churchill Retirement Living’s Emmeline Lodge in Leatherhead has been offering a warm welcome to the first new Owners moving into the development. Yvonne Robertson has been helping the new Owners settle into the age-exclusive development, on Kingston Avenue, as a thriving new community starts to take shape. Yvonne, who oversees the

TV personality to host charity valuation day

September 29, 2016

Antiques enthusiasts in Cirencester are being invited to join Churchill Retirement Living at its Beecham Lodge development for a special charity valuation event. Renowned auctioneer and TV personality Philip Allwood from Moore Allen & Innocent will be giving expert advice and valuations on people’s hidden treasures on Saturday 1st October between 10am and 2pm at

National colouring competition winners announced

September 22, 2016

Residents at retirement living developments across the country have been taking part in a competition to mark National Colouring Book Day, and the three lucky winners have now been revealed by competition organisers Churchill Retirement Living and Millstream Management Services. Michael Duffin from Priory Court in Solihull was the proud winner, receiving a £50 Edinburgh

The Best of Britain: The top places to have afternoon tea in London

September 21, 2016

It’s common knowledge that Brits love their afternoon tea and the pastime has become so popular, that venues all over the country are adding it to their menus. However, it’s still considered to be a treat and something to get dressed up for, so many people head to the capital for the best venues. With

Retirement development’s charity auction is a roaring success

September 19, 2016

More than £1,000 has been raised for a local hospice after a charity auction was held at a popular retirement development. Members of the local community were invited to attend the special event at Churchill Retirement Living’s Atkins Lodge, in Orpington, to help raise vital funds for St Christopher’s Hospice in Bromley. Donations from local

Retirement apartments in high demand in Bristol

September 16, 2016

Retirement living is thriving in Bristol according to housebuilder Churchill Retirement Living as it announces there are just the final few properties remaining at two of its developments across the county. Grange Lodge in Portishead and Sapphire Lodge in Nailsea both now have only three properties remaining.  Deborah Waldeck, Regional Marketing Executive at Churchill Retirement

Suzanne Revell reaches Dorset Venus Awards final

September 9, 2016

Churchill’s Group Marketing Director Suzanne Revell will be a finalist in the Dorset Venus Awards 2016, in the Media Marketing and PR Award category (sponsored by Exterion). The Cumberland Hotel in Bournemouth hosted the Finalist’s Announcement on Friday 2nd September, where over 100 guests attended to hear the big announcement about who would progress as

Dame Penelope Keith unveils William Cobbett statue at Hawthorn Lodge

September 6, 2016

Dame Penelope Keith has unveiled a bronze statue of one of Farnham’s most famous sons, William Cobbett. The actress famed for her roles in The Good Life and To The Manor Born, joined residents and Cobbett Society members for a ceremony at Churchill’s new Hawthorn Lodge retirement development near the centre of town. William Cobbett