Roslyn Court residents enjoy festive choir performance from Spring Meadow Infant and Nursery School
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Residents at a retirement living estate enjoyed a festive performance from local children at their Christmas party.
Pupils from Spring Meadow Infant and Nursery School joined residents at Roslyn Court in Ely and performed a number of Christmas carols.
The event, held on Thursday, December 13, consisted of music, singing and festivities – all enjoyed with prosecco and mince pies for the adults.
Sadie Andrews, estates manager at Roslyn Court, said: “We would like to say a big thank you the children and to our homeowners.
“They helped make our Christmas event so memorable. We were delighted to be joined by so many local retirees and their families.”
Visitors had an opportunity to tour the remaining apartments at the ‘retirement living plus’ development and met with staff and retirees.
Ms Andrews added: “Bridging the gap between retirement living and residential care, we enable older people to retain independence.
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“All in the form of home ownership and they still have the peace-of-mind of a range of additional security and support services.”
McCarthy and Stone’s Roslyn Court features 58 one and two bedroom ‘age-exclusive’ retirement apartments designed for those aged 70 and over.