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Wear it Pink at Richmond Bede Village!

20th October 2017

Wear it Pink at Richmond Bede Village!

Wear it Pink at Richmond Bede Village! 

Join us and thousands of others across the country where we will wear pink, raise money and make life-changing research happen! 

Whether it’s pink trousers, shirts or hair; help support this incredible cause by sporting your pinkest garments and donate £1 to Breast Cancer Now! #wearitpink

Friday 20th October 2017

For further information about the activities at Bede Village, please call us on 02476 645544.


Hedgehog friendly at Richmond Bede Village

24th October 2017

Hedgehog friendly at Richmond Bede Village

Hedgehogs are every gardener’s friend, as they eat snails, slugs and insects... all helping to keep the gardens at Bede Village looking beautiful throughout the year!

Hedgehogs usually hibernate between November and mid March and animals must have enough fat reserves to survive hibernation.

If you'd like to help feed our friendly little chums, please follow these basic food guidelines:

Food and fresh water will encourage hedgehogs to return. Leave out foods like minced meat, tinned dog or cat food (not fish-based), crushed cat biscuits, or chopped boiled eggs. Specialist hedgehog food can also be bought from wild bird food suppliers. Never feed hedgehogs milk as it can cause diarrhoea; instead provide plain, fresh water in a shallow bowl.


Christmas Choir 2017

26th October 2017

Christmas Choir 2017

Christmas Choir  Practice  Dates


 Thursday  26th October 2017


 Thursday  9th November 2017


 Thursday  16th November 2017


 Thursday  23rd November 2017


 Thursday  30th November 2017


All sessions are held in the Red Lounge at 4pm


 Everyone welcome! 


Bede Bar & Bistro at Richmond Bede Village

27th October 2017

Bede Bar & Bistro at Richmond Bede Village

The Bede Bar & Bistro is open for business every last Friday of the month from 6pm.  Freshly cooked bistro style food, cooked to order.

Please book your place with Reception by calling 02476 645544


Sales launch of Richmond Wood Norton

28th October 2017

Sales launch of Richmond Wood Norton
  • Open Day:  Saturday 28th October, 10am-4pm
  • Venue: The Wood Norton Hotel, Worcester Road, Evesham, WR11 4YB

Richmond Villages are delighted to announce the sales launch of their eighth luxury retirement village, Richmond Wood Norton, at the Wood Norton Hotel which is adjacent to the new development.

Richmond Wood Norton, which is due to open in early 2019, is ideally situated close to Evesham, Worcester, Stratford upon Avon and Worcester and will bring the very best in retirement living to Worcestershire.

The sales launch is designed to provide information to those who might be considering moving to a retirement village, as well as anyone living nearby. 

“We want to give people a real flavour for what living at a Richmond Village is like, and ensure they get all the information they need across all aspects of Richmond retirement living,” says Paddy Brice, managing director.  “So rather than meeting just the sales team there will be themed areas where they can hear about all aspects of village life.” 

These will include: 

  • Review the retirement apartments available to purchase, view the floor plans including the interactive CGI of the retirement village.  Off-plan reservations can be made on the day. 
  • Activities and recreation, manned by activity co-ordinators from existing Richmond villages. 
  • Wellness spa - information on what the spa will provide, examples of activities, treatments and details about the different exercise classes that will be available.
  • Hospitality -  view examples of the sumptuous menus which will be served in the spacious restaurant  and find out more about typical events, functions and private parties. 
  • Care & support - members of the care team will explain the care and support that will be available 24-hours a day from Richmond’s own dedicated carers. 
  • Meet the residents - people living at current Richmond Villages will be there to give their  perspective on village life.

The new £40million retirement village includes Village Apartments for an independent lifestyle but with the benefit of all the onsite facilities and amenities; Village Suites for assisted living and a care home providing long and short term care as well as palliative and specialist dementia care.

Facilities at the retirement community will be second to none and will include a wellness spa with swimming pool and gym, hair and beauty salon, a library, activities room, café bar, restaurant and private dining. The retirement village is surrounded by mature woodland, gardens and a number of terraces to sit and enjoy the panoramas of the beautiful Worcestershire countryside.

The Richmond Villages’ drivers will run regular scheduled shopping trips, as well as excursions to local places of interest while our events and activities team will ensure there are a wide choice of exciting and different social events and gatherings.

So, if you are thinking about moving to a retirement village or would like further information about Richmond Wood Norton we look forward to welcoming you on the day.  If you would like to make an appointment  before the day please call Village Manager Paul Brady, or Senior Village Adviser Tommy Fellows on 01386 897382


Spooky happenings at Richmond Bede Village

31st October 2017

Spooky happenings at Richmond Bede Village

Local children will be visiting the Richmond Bede Village Care Centre from with Trick or Treat delights for the residents to enjoy.

Please join us for an afternoon of fun and games.

For further information about the events at Bede Village, please call us on 024 7664 5544.


Double Anniversary at Richmond Nantwich

31st October 2017

Double Anniversary at Richmond Nantwich

It was a double celebration at Richmond Village Nantwich recently as two staff members marked their 20th Work Anniversaries.

Hilary Minshull and Administrator Joanne Rowe have seen many changes over the years with Hilary starting out as a Care Assistant and working her way up to Care Home Manager.

Flowers, champagne and a certificate marking this fantastic achievement were presented by Village Manager Lynne Griffin who remarked “Hilary and Jo are two great members of staff and we all hope that they continue to work here for many more years to come.”


Village Apartment Incentive

31st October 2017

Village Apartment Incentive

It's exciting times at Richmond Aston-on-Trent. There's the main Village Centre Building about to open along with all the fantastic facilities; new people moving into the Village; lots of new staff starting and now a summer incentive on all new Village Apartment reservations!

For any new Village Apartment reservations* which exchange before 31st January 2018, Richmond Villages will pay the stamp duty and will contribute £5,000 towards your moving costs. But be quick as 2/3rds of these retirement apartments are already sold and we don't expect the remainder to be available for long.  The 2nd phase of Village Apartments are very nearly completed and they certainly don't disappoint. These large one and two-bedroom apartments are at the southern end of the retirement village, many with extensive views over the Derbyshire countryside.

To find out more about the summer offer and to arrange a visit please call the Village Advisers on 01332890398.  To view the available apartments please click here

*  Terms and Conditions apply


A Fairy Tale at Richmond Nantwich

31st October 2017

A Fairy Tale at Richmond Nantwich

There has been some strange goings on at Richmond Village Nantwich recently as a magical Fairy Village miraculously appeared amongst the trees. The miniature Village complete with fairy house, play garden and toadstool seats has enchanted a local girl so much that she now visits most evenings to ensure that it is looking spick and span for the fairies who live there. Harriet Bradshaw who lives near to Richmond Village has cleared away leaves and moved lots of pine cones on her nightly journey, but was surprised and delighted recently when she turned up to find that it had a new name “Harriet’s Fairy Village”!

Her Mum Amba took to twitter to say “Thank you to the wonderful 'fairies' at Richmond Village you made Harriet's week with the fairy plaque. What a lovely community Richmond Village is!”

Staff member Gary Lawton, who “helps” the fairies sometimes, remarked “We have all been enchanted by Harriet who is doing such a lovely job of keeping the fairy village clean and tidy and think it is entirely fitting that they have decided to name their village after her.”


Firework Display on the Village Green at Richmond Northampton

3rd November 2017

Firework Display on the Village Green at Richmond Northampton

Our Annual Firework Display on the Village Green tonight.

The evening will start with Mulled Wine being served from the Bar from 5.00pm onwards.

Fireworks start at 6.00pm on the Village Green followed by a hot buffet to warm us up after watching the fire works