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NORTH HARBOUR NEWS, FEBRUARY 11, 2011
Rodney MP Lockwood Smith, opened the newest feature of the Evelyn Page Retirement
Village in Orewa on January 27.
The beautiful Atrium Serviced Apartments is the newest part of the grand Evelyn Page Village
that now accommodates residents from independent living right through to hospital and
Dr Smith recalled watching the frst days of construction at Evelyn Page Village. He said it was
staggering that the village had been created in just a couple of years.
I never dreamed in my wildest dreams what it might turn out to be, he said.
Dr Smith said Ryman Healthcare deserved huge congratulations for creating a functional,
But more than that you have created something very special and above all, remarkably
As the MP for Rodney, Dr Smith said he appreciated that the village had created 150 jobs.
You have created a quality place for older folks and a lot of employment in Orewa.
Dr Smith said the new atrium was just wonderful.
He then unveiled a plaque to oﬃcially open the Atrium Serviced Apartments.
Have a great time here, have a great life here, its a beautiful place, he said.
Village manager Judy Brady said that the Evelyn Page village including residents and nursing
staﬀ had created a wonderful and welcoming community.
After the plaque was unveiled she told residents: Now that its oﬃcially open, enjoy it here.
at Evelyn Page, Orewa
The fountain at Evelyn Page Retirement Village, Orewa
The tranquil atrium at Evelyn Page Retirement Village
An interior view of a serviced apartment
The new atrium at Evelyn Page Village is going to be very
The glass panelled roof creates a sun-drenched park-like
atmosphere in the two-storey structure that is flled with
plants and a central water feature.
The bubbling fountain contains two jolly cherub statues
spouting water, one holding a frog and one holding a fsh.
There are two oversized stone naughts-and-crosses games
and a large chess board nestled among the native plants and
beautiful fowers that adorn the whole room.
There are tables and chairs in the atrium and plenty of room
for wheelchairs. Outside the glass doors is the piano lounge.
You can sit in the atrium among the fowers and listen to the
tinkling of the ivories.
The walls are decorated with sculptures of sailboats and the
tan tones of the walls and tiled foor give the room a sense of
calm and comfort.
Sales advisor Tony Rickerby says the atrium is a nice, relaxing
The eagerly awaited Atrium Serviced Apartments at Evelyn
Page Retirement Village are now available.
The apartments feature a choice of living styles with either
stunning ocean views or apartments that open out to the
beautiful internal atrium with its tranquil setting and lush
The apartments are spacious, with their own kitchenette and
ensuite. They are just a short internal stroll from the Village
Centre lounge and dining areas where residents can enjoy all
the activities, events, outings and friendships that make the
Evelyn Page Village community so vibrant.
Sales advisor Tony Rickerby says the serviced apartments
mean the village can cater for the requirements of all people
going through the aging process.
This flls the middle need, between independent living and
rest home or hospital care.
He says the serviced apartment oﬀers all kinds of assisted
living, whether its getting your room cleaned, laundry done,
meals or help with a shower. You can receive subsidized rest
home level care in the comfort of your own apartment.
Village manager Judy Brady says the serviced apartments are
spacious and very comfortable, as well as oﬀering peace-of-
They are very popular
The apartments are aﬀordably priced from just $169,000*
and now you can lock in the low, fxed base weekly fee at the
current special base rate of just $249, saving up to $4680 per
year in weekly fees. Residents also enjoy the additional peace
of mind knowing that Ryman havent increased their weekly
fee to an existing apartment resident in over 20 years thats
giving real certainty and peace of mind to the residents and
their families about their ongoing living costs.
Living in a serviced apartment gives reassurance-there is
always a little extra assistance close at hand. You get resort-
style facilities and peace of mind, knowing that the village
includes the very best of rest home, hospital and dementia
care if ever the need arises.
For more information about these beautiful Atrium Serviced
Apartments please contact village sales advisors Tony on (09)
421-1815 or Chrissie on (09) 570-1063.
(*Ongoing Service Costs apply)
and apartments and
the very best of rest
home, hospital and
dementia care, all with
range of resort-style
The Evelyn Page
is a member of the
Ryman Healthcare Group. Ryman is a six time winner of the
Australasian Aged Care Housing Award for Best Retirement
Village in New Zealand and provides homes and care services
to more than 5000 New Zealanders, employing more than
place to be, especially when the weather is horrible outside.
You can have a cup of tea or play chess among the plants and
water feature. It feels like youre outside when youre inside.
Village manager Judy Brady says the new atrium is a tranquil
It has a nice ambience where people can sit and chat and the
water feature has a lovely sound.
The crowd gathers in the atrium waiting for the oﬃcial opening
Village manager Judy Brady and Dr
Lockwood Smith unveil the plaque
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