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Reasons to visit Renishaw Hills in summer

Summer is a time of year that many look forward to, especially those who live at Renishaw Hills. It also makes for the perfect opportunity to take a tour of the village. From our award-winning homes to our people and even our location, here’s why you should consider visiting us this summer. We celebrate indoor/outdoor living With our fantastic weather more »

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Nature Photography Tips Courtesy of Renishaw Hills’ Residents

Sunshine, warmer days and spectacular sightings are to be expected at this time of the year. With winter behind us (not that it’s ever that cold at Renishaw Hills), our residents are taking every opportunity to photograph their favourite gifts from Mother Nature. We asked a few of our passionate snappers to share what makes for good nature photography and more »

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Tips for improved heart health

At Renishaw Hills, we believe in helping our residents live their happiest and healthiest golden years. It’s why we often share practical advice on how they can live well and without worry. Whether you’re following it, mending it, or even listening to it, you only have one heart. We thought we would share a few helpful tips on how you more »

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Value during retirement

What does value mean to you? For some, it’s getting more for your money, whilst others will say it’s getting precisely what you pay for. At Renishaw Hills, value means delivering far more than what you’d ever expected from your golden years. As a stage of life that you’ve worked tirelessly towards for many years, why should your retirement be more »

Renishaw “Pioneers” share their thoughts and memories three years later

Three years ago, our first residents moved into the village. Fondly known as the “pioneers” they were first to experience the Renishaw Hills offering and have seen it grow over time. Recently, we asked them to share what the process has been like and what they’re most proud of when it comes to our heritage and their happy retirements.   more »

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The Renishaw Hills Heritage three years on

September is an important month for South Africa as we take the opportunity to celebrate Heritage Day on the 24th. In the build-up to this national holiday, we thought we’d reflect on our own heritage and how it’s come to shape the Renishaw Hills offering and its community. We sat down with of Renishaw Property Developments, developers of Renishaw Hills, more »

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Making those golden years count: Q&A with resident Peter Small

Making your time count seems to become more of a priority as the years pass. For some, the idea of retirement often triggers a sense of fear that their time is running out. On the contrary, others find that life is only beginning. Just ask Peter Small, a Renishaw Hills resident who is the epitome of a retiree using skills, more »

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Women’s Month: Celebrating the ladies of Renishaw Hills

With August marking Women’s Month, we thought it was the perfect opportunity to share more about the wonderful ladies who make Renishaw Hills what it is. Whilst these women all play different parts within the village, all contribute to the incredible community and lifestyle that our residents get to enjoy today. Julieann Hampson If you’ve ever enjoyed a private tour more »

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Lockdown and considerations of what we need during retirement

“Reflections on life during a moment of crisis should never be dismissed. The perspective gained in lockdown provides valuable insight into what people truly want out of life. And for many, ‘living the holiday’ in early retirement is a lot more achievable than was previously thought.” – Phil Barker, of Renishaw Property Developments, developers of Renishaw Hills At a time more »

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Age & Immunity: How you can stay healthy during your golden years

The COVID-19 pandemic has been the cause of much panic, especially for those of us who are unfortunately saddled with co-morbidities. If science has taught us anything, it’s that our body’s ability to fend off infections decreases as we age. In scientific terms, this is referred to as “immunosenescence”. This can leave us more susceptible to viruses like the flu more »