Local MP visits Elmbridge and catches up with residents

Diary posted

20th April 2017


Our staff and residents at Elmbridge welcomed Guildford MP Anne Milton for a visit on Tuesday 04 April.

Anne, who has served Guildford since 2005, toured Elmbridge Manor – our new multimillion-pound development, before sitting down to chat with a group of residents about life in the retirement village, as well as any issues of interest or concern that they wanted to raise.

“I was very impressed with everything I saw at Elmbridge, especially the fabulous Elmbridge Manor with its new apartments and facilities,” said Anne.

She continued: “After speaking with the residents, it is clear that the village is a wonderful place in which to retire. It gives people the opportunity to build a new life for themselves with every need catered for. When I visited the staff and residents of Elmbridge were extremely welcoming, I really cannot speak highly enough of them.”

Showing Anne round was our Executive Chairman Nigel Welby, Village Manager Keith Henesey and Denise de Fraine, Chairman of the Elmbridge Residents Association.

Keith added: “We are very proud of our little community here in Cranleigh, especially Elmbridge Manor, so it always causes a stir among our staff and residents when local dignitaries come to visit!

“Everybody works hard to make Elmbridge a beautiful, fulfilling place in which to enjoy later life. This includes our team, which is responsible for the smooth running of the village, as well as the residents themselves. They make life what it is here and organise many of our social events and activities. So to be recognised by an MP such as Anne feels fantastic.”