Christmas is the season of giving, so Brio Retirement Living staff at Beechwood Park in Stow-on-the-Wold took part in various fundraising activities last month to help raise money for local good causes, as well as spreading festive cheer.
The first event was the Stow Christmas Tree Festival from the 3rd to the 6th December at St Edward’s Church, where 40 real Christmas trees were decorated by local children’s groups, schools, organisations and businesses, including Brio Retirement Living. The Tree Festival raised £4,750 for the church.
Following that was a charity Christmas concert at The Cotswold School in Bourton-on-the-Water, which took place on the 14th December. It featured The Waterloo Band and Bugles of The Rifles, and was attended by Kelda Fasasi and Amy Seaman from Brio’s Beechwood Park team.
Our sponsorship ensured that the concert raised a total of £3,200 for the local branch of the Royal British Legion, as well as for other local good causes supported by Rotary.
Brio Beechwood Park is set to open this Spring, offering a vibrant community featuring contemporary, modern one, two and three bedroom apartments, or two and three bedroom bungalows, set in an idyllic landscaped setting with everything on your doorstep.
Brio’s ready-made communities provide a genuine sense of community with the friendly on-site teams, amenities and schedule of activities. Retirees can be part of a vibrant, safe and secure community, surrounded by like-minded friends and neighbours.