Did you realise middle age now lasts until you’re 74?

30th April 2015 - By Sarah Burgess

Working within the retirement sector does inevitably mean that the subject of ageing and the ageing process is a constant source of conversation and one heightened recently by some fascinating insights into longevity from Europe. In case you missed these latest revelations, I…

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Reaching retirement age no longer means giving up work

2nd March 2015 - By Sarah Burgess

Over the past 12 months we have witnessed the increase in people in employment choosing to live in one of our retirement villages. This reflects the bigger UK picture – more men and women are working way beyond retirement age. In fact in…

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Why brands should be paying more attention to retirees

30th June 2014 - By Sarah Burgess

With my sales and marketing hat on I found the latest information on marketing trends among the older generation quite fascinating and wanted to share it with you. As we market to this sector of the population I think we would probably endorse…

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Retirement living does not mean negative living

17th June 2014 - By Sarah Burgess

Why does society automatically associate old age with deterioration? Apart from some of the obvious physical aspects which may naturally decline due to wear and tear, there is plenty that is actually on the up! I wanted to share this BBC article with…

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Times’ columnist flies the flag for retirement living

10th May 2014 - By Sarah Burgess

Are you a Times reader? If so, did you see Saturday’s edition, and more precisely, Janice Turner’s column on page 23? 

If not, here is the start of the article, the rest sits behind the Times’ paywall unfortunately: http://www.thetimes.co.uk/tto/opinion/columnists/article4079830.ece

I really wanted to draw…

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