Summerhill House is Racing Welfare’s latest project to provide lifetime home standards retirement housing. As a special touch, we are delighted to announce that the foyer of the building will feature The Heath Wall.
To mark the opening of the housing development in Newmarket, Racing Welfare is proud to be offering the opportunity for you to buy a ‘brick’ in The Heath Wall, a decorative facia within the foyer of the building. As a central feature of the interior of Summerhill House, The Heath Wall will be made up of brick tiles, which can be personalised with a name, message or wording and make a wonderful present, tribute or commemorative gift.
You can purchase a brick in The Heath Wall as an individual or as an organisation and have your name and/or organisation engraved upon it. Perhaps you might like to get together with friends, family or colleagues to purchase a brick as a celebration gift, or in memory of a loved one, and have it personalised with your own message.
There is a choice of two different sizes; both are charcoal in colour with gold lettering:
Single Brick Wall Tile – £100. This tile provides you with two lines of up to 15 characters, including spaces and punctuation, for your name and/or message*.
Double Brick Wall Tile – £150. This tile provides you with four lines of up to 15 characters, including spaces and punctuation, for your name and/or message*.
The bricks will only be available for a limited amount of time so please purchase them as soon as possible. Bricks can be purchased online, or payment can be taken over the phone by calling Racing Welfare on 01638 560 763.
Due for completion in the early part of 2019, Summerhill House will consist of 21 two-bedroomed apartments at the site in Howard de Walden Way, Newmarket. The apartments have been designed to be ‘dementia-friendly’ allowing those suffering from Dementia to remain in their homes for longer.
The development will include the following:
– Wheelchair accessibility throughout the property.
– Bathrooms incorporating level access wet floor shower rooms.
– Assistive technology and 24 hour call monitoring.
– CCTV security surveillance at front entrance and other areas.
Summerhill House will therefore house our most vulnerable retired beneficiaries who have dedicated their lives to the racing industry.
The name Summerhill House comes from the South African Thoroughbred stud which was owned by Jim Joel. Jim set up the Childwick Trust to administer his philanthropic interests, and in turn The Childwick trust has become one of Racing Welfare’s most long standing and valued supporters.
*All wording will be subject to approval by Racing Welfare.
Payment can be made online or over the phone by calling Racing Welfare on 01638 560 763.