Moat Park Village Diary

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

The Moat House celebrates resident’s 100th birthday

23rd March 2017

  Cheers and celebrations rang out for Josie Brown, one of our residents at The Moat House care home, who turned 100 years old on Tuesday 14th March. Josie’s daughter Bobbie Thornton manages Moat Park (which The Moat House is part of). She…

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New AstroTurf pitch complements Moat Park’s active lifestyle

21st October 2016

In keeping with Moat Park’s vibrant, active retirement lifestyle we recently installed a multi-use AstroTurf pitch in the grounds. This is ideal for social activities such as bowls, croquet, putting and even badminton when it isn’t too windy. Feedback from our residents on…

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Development plans at Moat Park

28th September 2016

We are looking to submit a planning application to the local authority for an extension and improvement to Moat Park’s existing clubhouse, nine additional ‘extra care’ dormer bungalows, and improvements to signage and lighting at the village entrances. We welcome your views on…

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Christmas decorations making workshop

30th November 2015

Residents and guests at Moat Park have recently had a chance to learn how to make their own Christmas decorations. Decopatch decorations and polystyrene wreaths complete with tissue paper flowers were the main focus of the workshop. Both residents and guests present on…

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Flower-arranging afternoon at Moat Park

5th August 2015

Residents and guests at Moat Park were in for a real treat when a flower-arranging lesson took place during the open day on 18th June. Run by multi-award winning independent florist Amy Curtis, the demonstration turned into a very hands-on experience when the…

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Musical recital at Maynard House

4th June 2015

By Mary Collins The musical recital afternoon proved to be quite magical. The solo violinist Joanne Davies, provided a variety of pieces, from jazz, musicals, pop and of course, the classics. Joanne’s adaptability on the violin was just amazing. She started learning the…

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