Nadia Ainsworth is hoping to move to Hughenden Gardens Village, The ExtraCare Charitable Trust’s new retirement village in High Wycombe, when it opens in 2018.
Nadia has lived in the area for many years and was a teacher at Wycombe Abbey School for 35 years.
She says: “I have lived locally for the last 40 years. In fact, I live in the Hughenden Park area of High Wycombe which is within walking distance to the village site. My daughter and grandchildren live nearby, and my friends are in High Wycombe.
“I am involved with the local community – a member of local U3A, I also run a social club which I hope to continue to do so if I move to Hughenden Gardens Village.
“Being a retired teacher, I can offer classes of Russian language or a Russian Cultural Club or Russian Literature and history classes. Working as a volunteer at the reception for example can be fun too.
“I’m looking forward to a new life at the Hughenden Gardens Village!”
Picture: Paul Bradford, ExtraCare’s Commissioning Manager, Karen Satterford, CEO of Wycombe District Council, Cllr Ian McEnnis, Chairman of Wycombe District Council, Nadia Ainsworth, a prospective future Hughenden Gardens Village resident, and Hardev Thandy, ExtraCare’s Development & Projects Manager