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Life in an ERL Retirement Village

At an ERL Retirement Village, your days can be as busy or relaxed as you like.

The independence provided by your own apartment means you can just stay at home, or you can join in the many community activities that are on offer.

With a full calendar of events at each village it allows you to socialise as much or a little as you want. We hold some larger events for our owners and prospective purchasers, such as our recent Pimm’s Afternoon at Mount Battenhall and the owners’ weekly Coffee Mornings at The Red House.

The Red House

Why not take advantage of our Try Before You Buy, a complimentary one or two night stay at any of our villages, and see for yourself what we have to offer. This allows you to meet our existing owners and start to build friendships with likeminded people, join in with our events or dine in the restaurant.

“Within a few weeks of moving here, many people say they’re busier than they’ve been for years,” said Sales Consultant Dee Hall at Boughton Hall. “There are so many opportunities to socialise – even if it’s simply having lunch in the restaurant or a chat in the library. There are regular interest groups, Saturday brunch and the coffee pot is always on.”

Boughton Hall

All ERL’s villages are thoughtfully designed, from the apartments to the shared facilities within the main buildings, reached along well-lit paths. The 24-hour on-site staff, and key fob access to the village and buildings, offers security and peace of mind for all.

There is no better time to move to one of ERL’s villages before the winter creeps up on us. For many people, winter spells long months of loneliness, isolation and worry. The cost of heating a house that may be too large is a major concern, and the prospect of not seeing a friendly face or being able to get essential supplies in bad weather just adds to your unease. At our villages, such anxieties do not exist.

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