Charters Village Diary

We have always said our residents are our best ambassadors. That’s why we’ve dedicated these pages to the residents of Charters Village to fill with news, views and events, in the hope it will give you a genuine insight in village living Retirement Villages’ style.

Hat’s off to village manager Nigel Walter

16th October 2018

Nigel Walter, manager at Charters Village ‘Braved the Shave’ – and the autumn chill – this October. Supported by friends, family and the many residents at the village, Nigel lopped off his locks not only to boost Macmillan Cancer Care coffers, but in…

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Charters residents enjoy a wonderful day trip to Brighton

12th October 2018

The residents at Charters Village were no different from any other excited day-trippers when they set off (in the drizzle) to Brighton. Their fears about the weather for the day did not come to fruition. Although it was not exactly a day of…

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Nigel prepares to ‘Brave the Shave’

25th September 2018

Charters Village manager Nigel Walter is preparing to ‘Brave the Shave’ this October to raise £300 for Macmillan. Following his own personal experience with cancer back in 2016, where thanks to an early diagnosis and excellent treatment through the NHS, Nigel is back…

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A royal street party at Charters

21st May 2018

Over 60 residents from Charters Village organised and hosted a street party on Saturday 19th May – to celebrate the wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. The party was held on the bistro terrace and the weather was glorious which helped to…

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Introducing the new ‘fishy’ residents at Charters Village

2nd May 2018

Some new ‘fishy’ residents have arrived at Charters Village and resident cat Nutkin is now on tight neighbour watch! Silver Surfer, Gold Finger, Pagliacci and Rasputin are four new carp added to Charter’s pond. They join a number of other smaller varieties of…

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A trip to Holland for Charters residents

23rd April 2018

18 residents from Charters Village recently enjoyed a five-day trip to Holland, organised by the social secretary of the village, resident Dorothy. The residents stayed in a hotel in Arnhem but enjoyed trips to Amsterdam and Keukenhof Bulb Gardens too. It was a…

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