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– Judith & Molly’s Story

2021-06-15T15:28:19+10:0015 June 2021|Categories: Retirement Village|Tags: |

Judith and her King Charles Cavalier, Molly, moved to Thornton Park after the house became too difficult to manage. It’s the best decision they could have made.

“I looked at a few retirement villages before I found Thornton Park, which was by far the best. I wasn’t able to manage in my house anymore, so it made sense that I found a place where I’d still have my independence, but didn’t have to think about home maintenance or gardening. I absolutely love it.

My apartment is beautiful, and my King Charles Cavalier, Molly, is very happy here too. But I wasn’t expecting to make such good friends. The first time I met Diane, who also lives in the village, we just clicked. We’ve become like sisters, to the point where we almost say the same things at the same time.

Living at Thornton Park is like being part of a big family. My kids live nearby and they’re so happy I moved here. It means they never have to worry about me. They drop in all the time and flick the kettle on. And they know that if I’m not at home, they’ll find me down in the café, having a laugh with my friend.

– Judith & Molly, Residents

– Marilyn’s Story

2021-06-24T13:39:33+10:0015 June 2021|Categories: Retirement Village|Tags: |

When Marilyn moved to Thornton Park, she was amazed by the size of the apartments, but it’s the community that’s really turned the village into her home sweet home.

“I knew I’d made the right decision to move into Thornton Park when I realised the furniture from my four-bedroom home fitted into my new apartment. It’s so spacious here, it’s like the place was made for me. 

My friend Lorraine moved here before me. We have regular Friday night get-togethers with the other residents, because we all genuinely enjoy each other’s company. It’s something I look forward to every week.”

– Marilyn, Resident

– Jim & Bonnie’s Story

2021-06-15T15:19:08+10:0015 June 2021|Categories: Retirement Village|Tags: |

Jim moved in to Thornton Park with his little dog, Bonnie. Since then, they’ve been enjoying all the benefits of village life.

“It was important to me that I find a pet-friendly retirement home because I live with my 12-year-old rescue dog Bonnie, a little Tenterfield Terrier. From the very beginning, Thornton Park was excellent. I found a beautiful apartment that suited my budget. We have a cleaner who comes once a fortnight to help keep the place looking good, and the social aspect is great too. 

I’m always meeting people. There’s a bus trip every week. There’s a movie night. We have our happy hours and our get togethers so we can catch up and talk about life. If you want to go out, the location of the village is so convenient. You’re only about 500 metres from Penrith train station and about 600 metres from the big Westfield.

The village has a residents’ lounge and function areas which are free to hire if you want to have a birthday party or a family get-together. Next door, there’s a residential care home, which is comforting to know in case your circumstances ever change and you need more support.

What else can I say except that I’m very happy here? And Bonnie’s very happy too.

–Jim & Bonnie, Residents

Ron & Jeanette’s Story

2021-06-15T15:19:22+10:0015 June 2021|Categories: Retirement Village|Tags: |

Ron and Jeanette moved into Thornton Park with their two cats after deciding to downsize. Since then, they’ve never looked back..

“Before we lived at Thornton Park, we were in a large four-bedroom property, which was becoming too hard to manage. The moment we walked into our spacious apartment at Thornton Park, we knew we’d found our new home. We call it our ground-floor penthouse.

We moved to Thornton Park last August, with our two cats, Beau and Missy. Our neighbours are so friendly and the staff have been lovely too. It’s a wonderful lifestyle at Thornton Park. It’s a place you can picture being happy in for the rest of your life.”

– Ron & Jeanette, Residents