Button House Jubilee Celebrations with music, refreshments and fizz!

Local people are invited to enjoy Jubilee celebrations together at Button House in Hackbridge. The free event will include music by saxophonist Carol Baker, refreshments, and a complementary glass of fizz for each adult guest.  

The event will be held on Saturday 4 June from 2.00pm until 4.00pm – the festivities are a great way to celebrate this momentous occasion alongside family and friends.

Places for People’s Director of Operations at Brio Retirement Living, Karl Hallows, explains: “Button House is a fabulous place to enjoy modern retirement as it should be, and what better place to celebrate our Queen’s Jubilee than the pretty area of Hackbridge.  We are lucky to have such a stunning location and can’t wait to share it with local people for this special occasion.

“It’s a great opportunity for the community to come together to celebrate; our homeowners have a put a great deal of effort into the upcoming celebrations and we can’t wait to welcome our guests to share in this day.”

Whilst attending the celebrations, visitors can take a look around Button House, which is an integrated retirement community offering a new collection of 80 stylish apartments – situated over four floors and accessible by lift and stairs – featuring a range of beautiful one and two-bedroom homes all suitably designed for those over the age of 65. Each home comes with a private and spacious balcony, plus a range of exciting onsite facilities including a fitness studio, the exclusive Slate & Grain brasserie, bar and coffee lounge, a community hub and more.

Visitors can also enjoy the great location at Button House with the pretty open green space of Beddington Park, where the River Wandle runs through, just a short walk away. A couple of miles up the road is neighbouring Sutton which has two indoor shopping centres, a bustling high street, Sutton’s library, and all the main supermarkets. It’s also home to the renowned Royal Marsden Hospital and a satellite of the Moorfields Eye Hospital. For those who love getting into the city – the centre of London is only 25 minutes away by train and if travelling abroad, Gatwick is a convenient 17 miles away.