Spaceworks proudly sponsored the Resident-led Gardening and Landscaping Award which was won by Metlifecare’s Greenwood Park (Tauranga) Quail Trail.
In a sign of the times, one of the largest events Christchurch has seen in the past decade was the 4-day Retirement Living and Aged Care Summit last week, attended by our Commercial Director, Bradley Keys.
Spaceworks proudly sponsored the Resident-led Gardening and Landscaping Award which was won by Metlifecare’s Greenwood Park (Tauranga) Quail Trail. The village was awarded the accolade for their work in transforming a boggy farm track into a tranquil nature trail bursting with mature trees, native plants and expansive bird life.
Metlifecare says, ‘The Quail Trail has been a long labour of love, with a rich history of collaboration that started way back when the village first opened more than 30 years ago. Over the years many residents have adopted their own areas of the trail and put in a significant amount of effort into transforming it into something that has become a treasured part of our village life, and a space for all residents to enjoy, now, and for many years to come.’
More than 700 delegates and 154 trade stands joined forces at the Te Pae convention centre for the event where sustainable funding and building villages were focuses.
We have been working with aged care and retirement villages for the past 10 years and are looking forward to being part of the future of the industry.
Pictured: Stephen Parr with Metlifecare Board Director Maggie Owens (left) and Kapiti Village resident finalist Carolyn Lane (right).