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It’s been a busy November, with two key events standing out so far.
Having swept the nation after becoming a phenomenon in America, the Ice Bucket Challenge reached Amesbury today, with members of management and staff taking the challenge en masse.
Amesbury Abbey's recent national recognition has been picked up by local journalists, the home being featured in last week's edition of the salisbury Journal.
Amesbury has been recognised as one of the UK's top choices for older people requiring independent living accommodation or nursing care.
Amesbury Abbey was recently featured in an article in The Times, highligting relevant options for those seeking out style when choosing a nursing home or moving into independent living.
Amesbury has just been confirmed as the longest continuous settlement in the United Kingdom after an extensive archaeological investigation at Amesbury Abbey.
James Webster, Robin Watson, Robin Waller and Chris Chard honoured Movember with an impressive array of moustaches to raise money on behalf of Sutton Manor.
The Amesbury Abbey Group was recently highlighted within Salisbury Life Magazine's, September 2013 "Food That Cares" feature.
This is a rare opportunity to obtain a luxury, 3 bedroom detached villa with private gardens and detached garage in the award-winning village, located in the hills between the market towns of Loulé and Saõ Bras de Alportel, just 20 minutes drive from Faro International Airport.
To mark Children’s Hospice Week, organised by the national charity, Together for Short Lives, The Duchess of Cambridge visited Naomi House Children’s Hospice in the grounds of Sutton Manor.
Amesbury Abbey and Sutton Manor are making news once again as Jane Slade looks at historic homes across the country that have been given a new lease of life.
A fantastic time was had by all this October at our recent "Best of British" lunch, taking place in a suitably "suited and booted" Amesbury Abbey.
The Algarve's very first retirement village turns 25.
Blooming late in life?
Sutton Manor is celebrating Easter early this year with 6 new arrivals.