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Midland Reporter - - Shop Small - Na­tional Life­style Vil­lage He­lena Val­ley VIP event

NA­TIONAL Life­style Vil­lage’s He­lena Val­ley prop­erty will host a VIP event on Sun­day, Novem­ber 19.

It will cel­e­brate the open­ing of stage 2 of the vil­lage’s club­house, and fol­lows a sold­out first event last month.

Project di­rec­tor John Green said guests would be treated to a pre­sen­ta­tion on the fa­cil­i­ties and fea­tures, fol­lowed by a tour of the vil­lage be­fore lunch at the club­house.

“As well as $25,000 worth of bonuses, there will be door prizes and a wine gift for at­ten­dees,” he said.

“The first event, which was also lim­ited to 50 at­ten­dees, sold out quickly, so we’re ex­pect­ing a sim­i­lar re­sponse Where: He­lena Val­ley vil­lage, 2340 He­lena Val­ley Road. When: Novem­ber 19, 10.30am-2pm. Phone: 6298 0888.

when we open up reser­va­tions.”

Mr Green said the He­lena Val­ley vil­lage was a gated com­mu­nity, typ­i­cally aimed at res­i­dents seek­ing a ‘tree change’.

“NLV’s com­mu­ni­ties are an af­ford­able so­lu­tion for those who are younger than those con­sid­er­ing to set­tle into a re­tire­ment vil­lage,” he said.

“In fact, the av­er­age age of a per­son mov­ing into a NLV land lease com­mu­nity is in their 60s, whereas the av­er­age en­try age for a re­tire­ment vil­lage is their 70s and 80s.

“The range of ac­tiv­i­ties they have at He­lena Val­ley Life­style Vil­lage, from aqua aer­o­bics in the heated pool, bar­be­cues and fish and chip nights, to pool and darts com­pe­ti­tions, means there’s never a dull mo­ment.”

Other fa­cil­i­ties in­clude an arts cen­tre, sauna, spa, bowl­ing green, car­a­van stor­age fa­cil­i­ties, hobby work­shop and a com­mu­nity gar­den. Visit www.nlv.com.au/vip/.

The Na­tional Life­style Vil­lage.

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