Category: Resident story

Queenly quartet celebrate in style at Cleveland Manor

A joint 90th birthday celebration provided residents of Cleveland Manor with plenty of reason to party last month

Tea Tree Gardens celebrates turning 30

Tea Tree Gardens Retirement Village recently celebrated its 30th anniversary, marking the occasion with a huge party.

A sense of belonging

For resident Barb Baird, an unexpected family connection going back years makes her feel like she belongs at Glengowrie Retirement Village.

Newling Gardens welcomes new bus stop

A new bus stop at the entrance of Newling Gardens Retirement Village has been met with widespread praise from residents and neighbours.

Bowled over by member’s welcome

Magill resident Bernie Tobin is a keen bowler and volunteer who can often be found at Payneham Bowling Club, where his commitment has recently been recognised.

Volunteer receives another award

Boambee Gardens resident Pat Roser has been recognised for her voluntary work and dedication to helping others less fortunate.

30 reasons to celebrate

From its origins as a sugar plantation through to it being used as an emergency airstrip during World War II, Noyea Riverside certainly has an interesting history.

Retirees raise money for MND

Tea Tree Gardens Retirement Village was a sea of blue at their annual fundraiser as staff and residents supported Motor Neurone Disease South Australia.

Torrens Grove goes green

Recently, Torrens Grove Retirement Village’s Residents Committee unanimously agreed to install 62 solar panels on the community centre roof.

Abraham an author at 91

In the space of one busy week, Murray Gardens resident Abraham Mamootil has celebrated his 91st birthday and the publication of his first novel.

Friendship group extends welcome

The friendship group at Bartonvale Lodge welcomes all residents, with no requirements beyond coming along and enjoying a cup of tea.

Rekindling a friendship after 20 years

When Mervyn Haese and Leo Moore worked together, little did they know that their paths would cross more than two decades later at Wisteria Grove.