South Africa today is fraught with scary statistics surrounding crime. It is little wonder that security is now a major consideration for many senior citizens when deciding on a retirement village.
As the golden years approach, many individuals contemplate where to spend their well-deserved retirement.
When the newspaper, ‘The Talk of the Town’ contacted Settlers Park Retirement Village with a request that we participate in a retirement living feature, we didn’t hesitate.
The McGhie’s visited Port Alfred on holiday shortly before Richard retired and bought a house on their very first visit.
Beyond comfy is how you could best describe Cottage 75 nestled under trees and surrounded by gardens on three sides, in the heart of the established section of Settlers Park Retirement Village.
When meeting Settlers Park resident, Linda Reynolds you are immediately struck by her “glass half full” approach to life. But be warned, it’s contagious!
Flying bananas, pythons and other stories from the Cro’s nest
Today’s blog lies in how well-known “Bugs” Wilmot got his nickname and how his life led him to taking up residence at Settlers Park Retirement Village in 2017
If you take a stroll from the Settlers Park office towards town,you will probably pass an open garage where a dapper man in a white dust coat works quietly away in serenity.
A Settlers Park resident with a fascinating story of flying worldwide is Jenni Louw.
The Hibiscus Room at Settlers Park hosted a second Book Launch in as many weeks on 4 November.
For some time, only family members have been able to visit residents in the independent living area of Settlers Park, and in the Care Centre.
Every day is “Braai Day” at Glen’s Den! All residents and Associate Members are welcome – just bring everything that you need, except wood!
We are pleased to announce that our favourite Hibiscus Room Restaurant is open for all meals again
The Book Launch, a first for Settlers Park, was arranged by Irene Marais and Danielle Fourie in the Hibiscus Room.