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Downsizing made easy at Atkins Lodge

March 15, 2016

Moving home after thirty years from a large four bedroom home can be a daunting task for many but for one lady, Mrs Joan Munn, moving to Churchill Retirement Living’s Atkins Lodge was made all the more easy using their Selling Made Easy Scheme. Joan is now enjoying her new two bedroom apartment at the

Schoolgirl’s volunteering brings smiles to Caterham Lodge

March 14, 2016

Caterham School student, Annabel Mitchell, is extending the hand of friendship across the generations by organising events for the Owners at Caterham Lodge. The fourteen year old is volunteering at Churchill Retirement Living’s development as part of the Duke of Edinburgh Award Scheme and is enjoying spending time with the retirees who own apartments there.

Keeping it in the family at King Harold Lodge

March 7, 2016

Almost 80 years after being born in the same house, cousins Barbara and Corinne have found themselves back in each other’s company – now as neighbours at Churchill Retirement Living’s King Harold Lodge in Waltham Abbey. John and Barbara Friggens moved into their one bedroom apartment at King Harold Lodge, after spending 39 years in

Crane Driver Makes Little Boys Wishes Come True in Hampshire

March 3, 2016

A crane driver at Churchill Retirement Living’s new Apsley Lodge development in Hampshire has made three little boys’ wishes come true, when he came down from his office, 30 metres up, to have his lunch with them. Eight year old George Osborne and his twin brothers Oscar and Oliver, who are six, met with Luke

Churchill and Millstream Win National Award for Sale Development

March 1, 2016

A Churchill Retirement Living development in Sale which is managed by Millstream Management Services has been awarded a National Housing for Older People Award by the national housing charity for older people, Elderly Accommodation Counsel (EAC). Brindley Lodge achieved the Bronze award in the ‘retirement housing 40-49 units’ category, which was awarded for both the

Retirees share a story with children from St Martins Academy

February 29, 2016

Pupils from St Martins Academy in Chester have visited Churchill Retirement Living’s Eaton Lodge to share a story with the Owners. 25 children from Year One performed The Three Little Pigs before listening to stories read by two of the Owners. The visit marks the start of a partnership between Eaton Lodge and the school,

Churchill is the 14th Best Company to work for in the UK

February 26, 2016

Churchill Retirement Living, the UK’s fastest growing privately-owned retirement housebuilder, has been named in the Top 100 Best Companies to work for in the UK by the Sunday Times. This is the fifth time Churchill Retirement Living has been named in a Top 100 listing, having previously gained rankings in the Small Companies category. The

Leaving Loneliness Behind: How to Ask for Help

February 24, 2016

As the old idiom goes “a problem shared is a problem halved” – however sharing your feelings can be feel like a problem in itself. Loneliness is something that many of us experience in our lifetime and it is an unfortunate truth that loneliness can affect us more the older that we get. A study

Planning for Retirement? How to Make Life Fulfilling

January 28, 2016

Are you looking to get the most out of your retirement years? There are no secrets to it really – and it all starts with planning for your pension as early as possible. But, what about when you get there? What are you going to do to make sure that you spend your golden years

Leaving Loneliness Behind: Tips and Ideas to Help Beat Loneliness

January 19, 2016

Loneliness is unfortunately a major issue in our society. Many older people choose to maintain the British ‘stiff upper lip’ and opt against speaking up or seeking companionship when they find themselves isolated. The death of a partner, decline in physical ability or distance from family members can make anyone feel isolated – but it