Is retirement living for you?

Is retirement living for you?

It might be a tricky decision – but ask yourself these simple questions and the answer should be clear.

Do I lead a busy, independent life?

If you do, you'll find Churchill Retirement Living ideal. You’ll have a comfortable home where you can come and go as you please, with no worries about security, maintenance or the neighbours. If your life is not as busy as it was, you’ll find plenty to occupy you at one of our Lodges – with as much or as little socialising as you wish.


Do I have family or friends I’d like to see more of?

We have retirement developments across the country, so you can choose the location that suits you best – and have friends or family to visit or stay overnight any time you like.

If you could do with a few more friends, you’ll find plenty of like-minded people here with us!


Am I starting to worry about garden maintenance or household repairs?

You could leave all that behind and enjoy our beautiful, landscaped gardens without having to lift a finger! And you can relax knowing that all building repairs and maintenance are taken care of, with no unexpected bills to pay.


Do I need my own independent transport? 

If you have a car, you will find that each development comes with a free car park, but we do not offer allocated spaces.

However, many of our Owners find that everything they need day-to-day is on the doorstep, so they can do without a car and save the costs of ownership - and the worry too!


I have so much furniture – what am I going to do with it?

Don’t let the clutter take over your life! You’ll be amazed how little you really need and what a relief it is to streamline your life and make things simpler. We have specialist advisors who can help you to ‘rightsize’, helping you sell or dispose of anything you no longer need. To find out how we can help click here


Do I need help with personal care – dressing, using the bathroom, or similar?

Churchill Retirement Living is for people who are independent, we do not provide specialist nursing or health care. If you need help with day-to-day living, you may find that you will be better suited to a care home or another solution.

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