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15/12/2022 Wadswick Green, Siddington Park, Mickle Hill, General, Newsletter, Blog, Christmas
With Christmas upon us once more, Rangeford Villages has welcomed the season this year with a host of festive events at Wadswick Green, Siddington Park and Mickle Hill. The halls of every Pavilion, balcony and restaurant have been decorated and spirits are high, with our eager residents ready to get involved with each activity on offer.
Following the Christmas Tree Light-Up at Wadswick Green, the festivities haven’t stopped. Residents have been treating themselves to the ever-popular festive menu back in The Greenhouse, and enjoying evenings of entertainment with a carol concert from the local Heywood School Choir and a program of festive favourites from the Wiltshire Young Musicians string quartet. The annual Wadswick Green Pantomime (this year a Wizard of Oz spin off) performed, produced and directed by Wadswick Green residents, also graced The Greenhouse stage. Wadswick Green’s Christmas performances have been near sell-out hits, with this year’s selection being described as the “best yet”.
Siddington Park saw a fantastic turnout at the Residents and Reservists Christmas Lunch. The event was a chance for current and future residents to come together for a delicious three course meal in celebration of Siddington Park’s ground-breaking first year. Attendees were further delighted to be joined by Rangeford Villages’ CEO Howard Nankivell for the afternoon’s entertainment. Village Manager Will Ryan and his team at Siddington Park are looking forward to welcoming plenty more residents in the new year, with the brand-new Grange Apartments development set to launch February 2023.
Christmas quizzes and performances from local artists such as the Stape Silver Band and singer George England have been keeping residents at Mickle Hill entertained this season. The long-awaited Christmas concert from the popular resident’s village choir, the Mickleodeons, is one for the diary on Wednesday 21st December and sure is to be a season highlight. Many at Mickle Hill have been enjoying the fresh snow fall on the village and surrounding Yorkshire countryside this week, making frosty winter walks that much more magical. Mickle Hill is committed to keeping its villagers together this season with Christmas and New Year’s Eve parties planned to take place in the Bar - fun (and prosecco) guaranteed.
Age UK estimate that over half a million elderly people face a solitary Christmas. The rising cost of living crisis means that many loved ones cannot afford to travel or take time off work to visit relatives. If you are spending Christmas alone, contact our friendly Rangeford Sales team to find out how you can move to a Rangeford Village in 2023 and celebrate next Christmas with the Rangeford family.
Wishing you a very happy Christmas from all at Rangeford Villages.
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