The UK’s leading developer and manager of retirement communities, McCarthy and Stone, is inviting Market Harborough retirees to join them, and former British Olympian, Lady Mary Peters, for the official opening of the Elizabeth Place Retirement Living Plus development on Trimbush Way in Market Harborough on Thursday 16th January.
From 11am – 2pm members of the public are welcome to visit Elizabeth Place and enjoy the company of Lady Mary Peters, Olympic Golden Girl turned national treasure best known for winning a gold medal in the pentathlon at the Munich Olympics. Guests will be treated to a glass of fizz and canapés in the communal lounge and there will be an insightful talk from the VIP guest about her successful athletics career.
The free event also presents the very first opportunity for local people to take a closer look at the professionally-styled show complex at Elizabeth Place and to find out more about how a high quality, low maintenance apartment in a first-class location could help them get the most out of their retirement. The experienced sales team will be on hand to answer any questions, and to advise on how McCarthy and Stone can make moving to Elizabeth Place even easier.
Samantha Watkins, Regional Sales and Marketing Director, commented: “Our new Retirement Living Plus development in Market Harborough offers retirees the opportunity to maintain an independent lifestyle, while also having access to tailored domestic and personal assistance packages to help them manage their day-to-day lives – and with an on-site bistro providing freshly cooked meals.
“We are so excited to welcome visitors to Elizabeth Place and to demonstrate the enviable lifestyle on offer here. The stunning show complex perfectly highlights the modern designs and luxurious surroundings that will be enjoyed when we welcome our first homeowners to this highly exclusive development later this month.”
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