A breath of fresh air

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11th May General
Time for a new perspective

At Adlington the inspiration behind our communities is simple: to create spaces that make everyday life easier, safer and more enjoyable.
Our beautifully manicured and maintained gardens are designed with you in mind, offering the perfect spot for a chat over coffee on the patio, a brisk stroll in the gardens or a quiet moment of reflection. With seating areas, thoughtful pathways and a summer house to enjoy, there are plenty of opportunities to relax in peaceful surroundings.
Our approach to retirement living offers a breath of fresh air.

Balconies, patios and outdoor spaces

Set in idyllic locations, with pretty, waterside settings and stunning countryside views, our communities offer beautifully landscaped gardens.

“We felt we were short of snowdrops this spring so we planted some. We can do things like that. I take cuttings off the penstemon for instance, and I say to Josh ‘I’ve got these cuttings, they’re rooted, where can I put them?’ and he will pop them in for me or show me where there’s a space. It’s great fun and I haven’t got the overall responsibility of the garden, so it’s just a superb arrangement. The gardens are lovely here.”
Joan, Adlington homeowner

Southport retirement flats community apartments

Pets enjoy a warm welcome too

We know that animals are part of the family, so we’re always happy to welcome well-behaved pets to our retirement communities. The companionship pets provide can be invaluable and make a really positive impact on homeowners’ lives.

“One of the upsides of having a dog is that you keep exercising and you get to know so many people. It’s very sociable. There are one or two people who I’m really good friends with now because we met walking our dogs.”
Mavis, Adlington homeowner

Pet friendly apartment

Peace of mind when you’re away

Knowing that their apartment is in safe hands when they head off on holiday is a huge relief for many of our homeowners. When Anne moved to Jacobs Gate in Sheffield, she appreciated being able to visit her son without worrying about leaving an empty property behind.

“My daughter lives in Sheffield and used to live very near to here, but my son is in Norfolk and another reason I thought it would be good to move here is so that I can lock the door, go,
and not worry about the place if I want to spend time with him.”
Anne, Adlington homeowner

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