Residents, staff, families and local school children enjoyed the Christmas celebrations at Anchor’s Bishopstoke Park retirement village near Winchester and Eastleigh this week, as it hosted a Christmas party.
Stoke Park Junior school children met Santa and reindeer in his grotto and took photos on the sleigh, before singing Christmas carols in the Bistro. Residents and visitors enjoyed the performance and joined in with the carol singing while enjoying mulled wine and mince pies.
Bishopstoke Park General Manager, Kevin Young, said: ‘It was wonderful to see all of our residents having a great time and to see so many people join in all the festive fun.’
Bishopstoke Park offers more than 90 independent and assisted living apartments for over-65s, with a wealth of on-site facilities and a 24 hour support team so that residents can enjoy retirement surrounded by like-minded people with the peace of mind that help is always available if required. There is also a 48-bed care home on the site, offering both residential care and specialist dementia support.
The development is part of Anchor, England’s largest not-for-profit provider of housing and care to older people. Brand New One and Two Bedroom Apartments in Phase 2 are currently being built at Bishopstoke Park, to arrange an appointment to view the village and speak to one of our Village Advisors call 02380 645 222.