News and Events at Churchill

At Churchill we believe in providing the space and the right environment for our owners to enjoy whatever they love to do.

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News and Events at Churchill

At Churchill we believe in providing the space and the right environment for our owners to enjoy whatever they love to do.

There is always something going on to get in involved in!

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Former hotel manager takes the reins at Churchill’s Sheldon Lodge

June 15, 2016

From arranging events to problem solving, there’s never one day the same for lodge manager Anne-Marie Taylor who left her career as a hotel manager to settle into her new role at Churchill Retirement Living.Anne-Marie is the Lodge Manager at Churchill’s Sheldon Lodge on the High Street in Berkhamsted where she oversees the day to

Truro retirement development celebrates Grand Opening

June 14, 2016

Churchill Retirement Living celebrated the Grand Opening of its Tregolls Lodge development in Truro recently, where a number of the apartments have already been reserved.Over 120 visitors attended the opening of the Lodge on St Clements Hill, which is the company’s first development in Cornwall.Potential purchasers were given the opportunity to visit the sales centre

Owners at King Harold Lodge share wartime tales with local school

June 13, 2016

Children from Waltham Holy Cross Primary School visited Churchill Retirement Living’s King Harold Lodge in Waltham Abbey to share stories with Owners as part of National Storytelling Week.Pupils from Years 4, 5 and 6 were invited to join Owners at the Lodge for a VE Day themed afternoon where they dressed up and shared Second

Friends reunited at Churchill Retirement Living’s Simmonds Lodge

June 9, 2016

Old school friends Barry Preston and John Stigant have been reunited after 60 years at Churchill Retirement Living’s Simmonds Lodge in Drayton.Barry and John, who are both 71, bumped into each other at the Lodge’s Open Day after deciding it was time to move somewhere that was lower maintenance.Retired builder Barry, who has purchased a

The Churchill guide to buying a retirement property

June 8, 2016

As you get older, the upkeep of the family home can become more of a chore than a joy. For this reason, many older people choose to move to retirement properties instead. They alleviate the burdens of a larger property, freeing up more time to enjoy retirement. If you’re thinking about making the move to

Sheila beats loneliness at Greenacres Lodge in Warlingham

June 2, 2016

Sheila Gunn and her husband, Brian, thought they had done the sensible thing to prepare for later life by selling their bungalow with a large garden and purchasing an easily-maintained, brand new two bedroom apartment in Warlingham.However, sadly, Mr Gunn passed away two years ago and Mrs Gunn found herself alone in a new development.She

Move with ease this summer with Churchill Retirement Living

May 23, 2016

Churchill Retirement Living is giving a helping hand to anyone considering a move to one of the retirement developments across the country this summer with an extra special offer. The retirement developer is offering a cash bonus of up to £45,000 when purchasers use its Home Exchange service to move into one of its brand

Churchill Retirement Living comes to Cornwall

May 20, 2016

Churchill Retirement Living has officially opened a new sales centre and show apartments at its first development in Cornwall.Tregolls Lodge in Truro is the company’s first purpose-built retirement development in the region and comprises 59 one and two bedroom apartments for over 60s located in the heart of the city.Potential purchasers are being encouraged to

Couple win competition to name new Churchill development in Maidstone

May 18, 2016

A local couple have won a competition to name Churchill Retirement Living’s new development on King Street in Maidstone after delving into the town’s history.Brian and Grace Love, who have lived in the Maidstone area for 76 years, were presented with a cheque for £100 at a naming ceremony for the new King’s Lodge development

Local MP Marks Start of Construction of New Formby Development

May 13, 2016

Local MP Bill Esterson has placed an official date brick at Churchill Retirement Living’s new Formby development to mark the start of construction of the highly-anticipated retirement apartments.Once complete, the development on Lonsdale Road in Formby, will comprise of 42 private, self-contained one and two bedroom apartments that are specially designed for the over 60s.The