Aylesbury complex takes retired life to a whole new level with rooftop event
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A retirement development in Aylesbury has announced an upcoming rooftop terrace which is open to visitors.
‘Prosecco on the Terrace’ takes place at the Churchill Retirement Living’s Oscar Lodge on Cambridge Street in Aylesbury on 20 July at 2:30pm.
Attendees will receive a glass of fizz and some light refreshments on the rooftop terrace. Representatives from the company will be on hand to discuss the apartments available at the complex.
Tunji Quadri, regional marketing manager at Churchill Retirement Living Eastern, said: “The rooftop terrace at Oscar Lodge is the ideal place for retirees to relax this summer. Boasting breathtaking views, the outdoor space offers the perfect retreat and gives visitors the chance to bask in the warm sun and spend time with friends and loved ones.
"We encourage anyone interested in an apartment at Oscar Lodge to come along to our ‘Prosecco on the Terrace’ event on Thursday 20th July to see all that the development has to offer and have the chance to speak to our sales team to find out how moving to a Churchill apartment can enhance your retirement.”
The complex’s rooftop is said to give a panoramic view of the town. Oscar Lodge is just outside of the town centre and consists of 49 one- and two-bedroom apartments.
Features include: free parking, a 24-hour careline support system and a secure camera entry system.
Residents of the retirement complex can frequent the rooftop when they fancy taking in the sun or want a new setting for a catch up with friends.
Retirees are also encouraged to find a quiet space on the rooftop to read book from.
Churchill Retirement Living state that the seating area on the rooftop has been designed to offer both comfort and functionality.
Staff refer to the area as a rooftop oasis.
More details on the remaining apartments available at Oscar Lodge can be discovered online here or by calling 01296 768902.
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