There's an Easter surprise in store for Age UK this month as retirement property developer, McCarthy & Stone, offers a unique incentive to people visiting its Daffodil Court development in Newent over the holiday season.
Anyone who visits the Later Living development, located on High Street, between Thursday 14th March and Thursday 28th March and takes a tour of the stylish show complex will not only be able to relax in the shared lounge with a hot cross bun and a cup of tea, they will also leave with an Easter gift - a £10 voucher for Love to Shop - and a £10 donation made by McCarthy & Stone to Age UK on their behalf.
Gill Sabin, Regional Sales and Marketing Director for McCarthy & Stone, comments: "Easter is traditionally a time for new beginnings, which is why now is great time to pop along to Daffodil Court and take a look at the apartments and lifestyle on offer. And, because it's Easter, we thought it important to embrace the season of goodwill by doing our bit to support Age UK, which does so much good work locally."
Age UK aims to improve later life for everyone through information and advice, services, campaigns, products, training and research.
Daffodil Court is a stylish collection of one and two bedroom Later Living apartments ideally located for the shops and local amenities of Newent.
As well as offering a low maintenance lifestyle, purchasers can benefit from maintained landscaped gardens, a shared lounge and the peace of mind of added security.
In addition to offering age exclusive apartments, the retirement property developer also provides a range of financial services, including a pension annuity service, equity release, legal services and guaranteed funeral plans.
To find out more, visit Daffodil Court, located on High Street, Thursday to Saturday from 10.30am to 5.00pm.
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Date Published: 27 February 2013