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Bishop opens new Assisted Living Apartments

Augustinian Care were delighted to welcome Bishop Richard Moth, Bishop of Arundel and Brighton to the official opening and blessing of their new Assisted Living Apartments located at St George’s Park , Ditchling Common.

Bishop Moth joined over a hundred guests including The Sister’s, Professionals, staff, new residents and their families.

Augustinian Care’s CEO Philip Smith said “ we are delighted that so many people were able to attend and especially pleased that Bishop Richard was here to bless the building” Were also thrilled that all our new residents and their families are here to help us celebrate this new venture.

He continued “Trinity Lodge has 27 Assisted Living Apartments which offer residents the opportunity to rent their aartment. The monthly rent includes all your utilities and all other apartment cost like WiFi, broadband, etc, and a meal a day, 24 hour emergency cover and much more. So it really does allow residents to forget about all those boring hassles of running a home and concentrate on ‘living life to the full”

Trinity Lodge is the latest addition to the award winning Integrated Retirement Community which also offers independent living apartments for the over 60’s and two Nursing Homes , all located on 250 acres of beautiful countryside.


First residents move into Trinity Lodge

Augustinian Care were delighted to welcome Mr and Mrs Keating as the first residents in their new Assisted Living Apartments located in the beautiful St George's Park on Ditchling Common.

Mr and Mrs Keating who had previously lived in the same house in Haywards Heath for 68 years commented “We are really thrilled to be the first residents to move in and are very much looking forward to meeting all the other residents over the next few weeks. We have a lovely two-bedroom apartment with balcony and so much is included, such as a meal a day and 24 hour emergency cover. We feel very secure and content and would thoroughly recommend it".

Sales Executive Debbie Wynn said. “We believe that our new Assisted Living Apartments will offer something different, somewhere you are able to remain as independent as you can for as long as you can with a variety of services, all of which can enhance your quality of life. The difference compared to many other Assisted Living Apartments is that ours are provided on a rental basis. We believe that the rental model offers much more flexibility than buying and is becoming increasingly popular. You will still have the all the benefits and independence of having your own home without any of the hassle of homeownership, so allowing you to ‘Live life to the full’. 

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