It’s ‘Wine-O-Clock’ For Marlborough Couple Thanks To Giveaway at Canning Place

30 August 2019

A local couple from Marlborough are ‘raising a glass’ this week after winning a wine competition at McCarthy and Stone’s Canning Place Retirement Living development on Graham Close. 

After entering into a prize draw at the development, Phil and Helen Pursglove were randomly selected as worthy winners by McCarthy and Stone Sales Support Executive, Sam Weller. The pair now have the opportunity to taste a variety of wines thanks to winning a £100 wine voucher donated by The Naked Grape Wine Company.  

Those who entered into the competition also got the chance to take a closer look at the apartments available at Canning Place, and see how Retirement Living could help them make the most of their retirement.  

Ciara Hilley, Divisional Marketing Manager for McCarthy and Stone, said: “Our competition was a great success, and we hope Phil and Helen enjoy expanding their wine collection and discovering their favourite tipples! 

“We were also really proud to showcase to local retirees this high quality development at Canning Place, which is helping to enrich the lives of people in and around Marlborough.”

Comprising 27 one and two bedroom apartments, exclusively designed for people aged 60 and over, Canning Place provides everything homeowners could want for a relaxing retirement. 

The development features a homeowners’ lounge, ideal for socialising with friends, landscaped gardens, and a convenient guest suite should homeowners have friends or family to stay. Additional benefits include an experienced House Manager who oversees the day to day running of the development and 24-hour emergency call systems for added peace-of-mind.

Located in the heart of the charming market town of Marlborough, Canning Place homeowners can make the most of a range of independent boutiques and cafes, as well as a twice-weekly market. For those who have a love for the great outdoors, retirees can enjoy the peace and quiet of the stunning surrounding countryside.