Churchill Retirement Living hosts coffee and cake morning

PUBLISHED: 16:19 23 February 2018 | UPDATED: 16:42 23 February 2018

The Coffee morning will be held at Keyes Lodge. Picture: John Stillwell PA

The Coffee morning will be held at Keyes Lodge. Picture: John Stillwell PA

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Dartford locals are being invited to join Churchill Retirement Living at its development, Keyes Lodge, for a special Waming Morning, to raise funds for Ellenor Hospice.

Churchill is calling for residents to step out of the cold and into the warmth of the development on King Edward Avenue at 10.30am on Wednesday February 21, where they will be treated to coffee and cake in return for a small donation.

All of the money raised will go to Ellenor Hospice, which provides care and support for families facing terminal illness in Kent and Bexley.

Anne Scherrer, regional marketing manager for Churchill Retirement Living, said: “We’re delighted to be holding our Warming Morning event to raise funds for such a worthwhile cause to help it continue its vital work in the local community.

“Every penny counts, which is why we’re asking as many people as possible to come along and support our event by digging deep.

“It’s the perfect excuse to enjoy a bit of indulgence, as well as an ideal opportunity for visitors to experience the lifestyle on offer at the Lodge.”

Keyes Lodge is a stylish collection of one and two bedroom privately-owned retirement apartments for the over 60s.

Each apartment has been designed exclusively for those in their retirement years and has a number of safety and security features, such as 24 hour emergency call line and a video entry system, for complete peace of mind.

There is also a Lodge Manager employed by Millstream Management Services to oversee the running of the development, and an Owners’ Lounge, which can be used as a place to enjoy a catch-up with like-minded neighbours, and for holding regular social events.

To find out more about Keyes Lodge, please call Churchill Retirement Living on 01322 771 660 or log on to

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