News and Events at Churchill

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Recent news

CEO highlights Churchill’s no exit fee policy

January 19, 2016

The Law Commission is due to release a report into the fees that some developers charge when you sell your property, and elements of this report have been featured in the press. Our Chairman and CEO, Spencer McCarthy has the following statement to anyone who may be concerned about these sorts of fees while living

Dame Esther Rantzen returns to hometown to visit Sheldon Lodge

January 11, 2016

Dame Esther Rantzen paid a visit to her hometown recently, visiting Sheldon Lodge in Berkhamsted. The renowned charity campaigner has recently been revealed as the new brand ambassador for Churchill Retirement Living.  Dame Esther was born in Berkhamsted and returned to the area to visit some of our Owners and have a look at the

Online Dating Over 55: How to Get Your Profile Started

January 11, 2016

You are never too old to meet someone and start dating again. And this time around, you will be experienced enough to lose those nerves and get the most out of dating! Well, with any luck, this little guide will show you how to embrace the online dating medium. It might be something you have

Russell Lodge allows you to live independently but close to family

January 4, 2016

91 year old former RAF co-pilot Alan Wilkes is enjoying his new lifestyle at Russell Lodge in Fleet, Hampshire which has allowed him to live independently but still be close enough to see his daughter regularly. Alan, who had been living in Warefield in Berkshire for 15 years, was starting to find his detached property

Comfortable, warm and enjoying retirement in Caterham Lodge

December 22, 2015

It took a little consideration for John Bailey-Smith to move from his home of 40 years to Caterham Lodge, Churchill Retirement Living’s purpose built development for the over 60s in Caterham. This is nothing unusual for the 85 year-old who is a well-known member of the Caterham community and volunteer for and former chairman of

Retirees enjoying new community at Arlington Lodge

December 18, 2015

Local retirees Bernadette and Tony McKenna are experiencing a new lease of life at Churchill Retirement Living’s Arlington Lodge development in Royal Leamington Spa thanks to new friends, a great location and sense of security. Bernadette and Tony moved to the Lodge at the end of May and quickly began enjoying the change in lifestyle

Lock up and leave lifestyle appeals to Owners

December 17, 2015

Churchill Retirement Living apartments are proving to be the perfect solution for sun-seeking retirees keen to make the most of their new found leisure time both at home and abroad. Harry and Sheila Eyre have enjoyed going on cruises for the past thirty years, so when they decided that their large family home in Honiton

Churchill donates toys to disadvantaged children this Christmas

December 16, 2015

Churchill Retirement Living is extending its thanks to its staff, owners and customers after its Christmas charity campaign collected more than 450 toys for local children in need, double the amount it donated last year. The retirement housebuilder called on its staff, owners and customers to buy an extra gift while out Christmas shopping and drop

Churchill to develop ‘Fawlty Towers’

December 14, 2015

Churchill Retirement Living has secured planning for a new development of retirement apartments at Fawlty Towers. The Gleneagles Hotel in Torquay was where John Cleese and the Monty Python team stayed in 1973 while filming ‘Monty Python’s Flying Circus’ and it unwittingly became the inspiration for the hit sitcom Fawlty Towers. Cleese’s character – neurotic