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'Managing Your Finances' event at Richmond Coventry

1st September 2010

The thought of growing older and losing our independence is frightening, and the choice of struggling with the tasks of daily living at home or moving into a retirement village is a difficult one.  As well as these choices, having no knowledge about the financial and personal arrangements required is very confusing. 

Richmond Coventry will host an event offering advice and information on how to manage your finances and affairs in retirement.  The afternoon will be held at their Care Village located in Hospital Lane, Bedworth on Wednesday 1st September 2010, from 2.30pm until 4.30pm. 

The event is totally free and includes light refreshments throughout.  The afternoon will provide help and information on such topics as Lasting Powers of Attorney, protecting capital, assets and succession, state funding support and how to self-fund care. 

There will also be the chance to view the facilities at Richmond Coventry, which include independent living apartments, assisted living apartments, and a care home.  Richmond Coventry has a uniqueness of approach which is fast catching on.  The Village is a vibrant community in its own right, yet well integrated within its wider community. It offers a wealth of activities and facilities and as much or as little first-class care as each person needs.  Ranging from a basic house-keeping service to 24-hour nursing care; flexible packages provide great reassurance by perfectly meeting everyone’s changing needs. 

For more information about the event, please contact Louise Smith at Richmond Coventry on 024 7664 5544 or email richmondcoventry@richmond-villages.com

Richmond Resident was friend to Albert Einstein

5th September 2010

Richmond Resident was friend to Albert Einstein

Richmond Northampton Resident Childhood friend was Albert Einstein.

Professor Plesch has lived at Richmond Northampton since February 2009 and has had a fascinating life, Founder of Keele University and a professor in Chemistry.

Professor Plesh’s father was a doctor to Albert Einstein and has many pictures of himself as a boy standing next to Albert Einstein. Albert became a family friend and even kept his sailing boat at the house where they lived.

In 1933 professor Plesch and his family fled Germany from Nazi persecution because of their Jewish origins.

Professor Plesch is a collector of antiques and has recently sold a collection at Christies in London for just over one million pounds.

If you would like more information please call Christopher Rayatt on 01604 432635.   


6th September 2010


Local MP Edward Timpson and Nantwich Town Mayor Joyce Stockton were guests of honour at the second "Connecting the Community" event on Saturday 4th September at Richmond Village Nantwich. Over 30 groups, charities, clubs and socities provided fun and information for the hundreds of people who came to enjoy themselves on the day. From rescued greyhounds and birds of prey, to The Royal British Legion and local theatre groups, there was something for everyone. Children were well catered for with a face painter, bouncy castle and delicious Snugburys ice cream. Hundreds of pounds were raised and planning for next years is already underway.


10th September 2010

Richmond Village has reached the finals of the Great North West Care Awards for 2010. The judging will take place on 23rd September 2010 at Manchester United Football Club with winners being announced at a gala evening on Friday 22nd October 2010. The winner of each category will then go through to the Grand Final of the Great British Care Awards to be held in London early 2011. The awards themselves are designed to recognise excellence in the Care Industry and are judged by an independent panel.


22nd September 2010


Residents and Staff were delighted recently to welcome a special guest to the Village.

Rusty the donkey came to visit from a local Donkey Sanctuary and proceeded to make friends with everyone who came to stroke her. She was extremely well-behaved and brought lots of smiles to all the Residents within our Care Home.

Richmond Village Nantwich were delighted to be able to make a donation of £100 to the wonderful work that the sanctuary does in rescuing ill-treated and sick donkeys and nursing them back to health.

Richmond Nantwich Supporting Macmillan's Worlds Biggest Coffee Morning

24th September 2010

Richmond Nantwich Supporting Macmillan's Worlds Biggest Coffee Morning


Once again, Richmond Village Nantwich is pleased to be supporting Macmillan Cancer with staging part of the World’s Biggest Coffee Morning on Friday 24th September.

Last year’s was a great success when we raised over £300.00, (see picture) and we hope that you will come and  join us to make this years event just as "big". 

Starting at 10.30am for coffee, cakes, tombola, stalls and much more!

Richmond Northampton Summer Ball

25th September 2010

Richmond Northampton Summer Ball

Richmond Northampton residents are preparing for Septembers Supper Club.

The theme this month is a Summer Ball and residents are having fun planning what to wear and practicing dance moves and routines at the tea dances and Line dances, there will even be a prize for the best dressed and will be crowned Mrs Richmond.

The restaurant will be set up for the evening meal with room for dancing and live music. Residents will arrive from 6pm onwards for cocktails and canapés, three course dinner will be served from 7pm, with the band starting at 8pm for dancing.

Residents are practicing their steps at the Tea dance which runs every week in the Restaurant and will be shopping for ball gowns to see who can win Miss Richmond 2010.