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(United Kingdom – 3rd February 2012) The ExtraCare Charitable Trust offers older people the opportunity to enjoy a healthier and more independent lifestyle in a community which represents an alternative to the traditional care homes. The trust has announced its plans to create a new state-of-the –art retirement village in the heart of Coventry, just a short walk from the city centre.

The new complex will be Coventry’s first retirement village and will look to house around 350 senior citizens. Aiming to be finished by 2015, ExtraCare has earmarked Earlsdon Park as the most popular area which will play host to a food store, restaurant, theatre, hotel and cafe amongst other amenities.

The new village will feature a range of homes available for purchase or rent which will be offered to prospective residents aged 55 or over. As well as creating a vibrant and engaging hub for older people to build a new home, there are plans to build a library, well being centre, gym, IT suite and greenhouse for residents to pass their time and build a community around.

ExtraCare is committed to creating a more independent living experience for the residents, in a step away from the traditional care homes across the country. There will, however, be 24 hour support through the Well Being Centre for any residents requiring help.

Any families interested in discovering more about the ExtraCare communities and the holistic approach towards the new residential complexes are invited to register their interest via the website. Click here to navigate straight to the site and find out more.

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