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03/08/2023 Siddington Park, General, Newsletter, Blog, Corporate
Cirencester’s new luxury retirement complex, ‘Siddington Park’ built by award-winning developer Rangeford Villages, has raised a further £1,700 for its nominated charity of the year, the National Foundation for Retired Service Animals (NFRSA), at an event held in The Mansion at Cirencester Park.
The Mansion is the private home of the Earl and Countess Bathurst and has been the ancestral seat of the Bathurst family since 1695. Visitors to Cirencester Park can book tours of the Mansion on select days throughout the year and hear all about the fascinating history of the family and the park, view the unique fine art collection and enjoy the stunning landscaped gardens.
Siddington Park residents enjoyed a private afternoon at the Mansion ‘in conversation with Lady Bathurst’, where they had a personal tour of the grand house with the Countess, followed by afternoon tea and a talk about her charity, the NFRSA. Funds were raised from tickets and charity merchandise.
Siddington Park is a new luxury lifestyle village in Cirencester for people aged over 60. Offering beautifully designed spacious apartments, set in stunning landscaped grounds, this unique village prides itself on its thriving community, vibrant atmosphere, action packed event programme and fully integrated approach to wellbeing.
Head of Marketing for Rangeford Villages, Amanda Valentine-Bunce, said: “At Siddington Park we work hard to help integrate our residents fully into the wonderful community that Cirencester offers. Our focus is to offer a complete enriched lifestyle rather than just the bricks and mortar. We regularly arrange events for residents and the local community here at Siddington Park, as well as organising trips in and around the Cotswolds. Being able to have the incredible opportunity to have a private tour of the Mansion and afternoon tea with Lady Bathurst was a real highlight for our residents. They were all absolutely fascinated by the history and the private art collections, not to mention the grandeur overall of the rooms and gardens. The NFRSA is a charity we are delighted to support, with the synergy of retirement.”
Siddington Park’s focus on delivering a full lifestyle experience is underpinned by its outstanding facilities and services including a brand-new putting green and croquet lawn; and The Pavilion, which will be a hub of social activity with facilities including a Swimming Pool, Sauna & Steam Room, Hydro Pool, Gym & Exercise Studio, Hair & Beauty Salon Treatment Room, and Members’ Lounge & Cinema Activity / Craft Room.
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