The beautiful village of Tattenhall in Cheshire
Inspired Villages: December 2015
A Cheshire retiree is celebrating in style after winning a Magnum of champagne in our recent prize draw.
Mrs Hinchcliffe received the prize from Inspired Villages, who are overseeing the new retirement village which is being built in Tattenhall. The impressive 1.5 Litre bottle of Moët & Chandon was presented at the company's sales suite on Frog Lane.
Mrs Hinchcliffe said: 'I'm so delighted and surprised to have won! I never thought that it would be me who walked away with the champagne. It's not long until Christmas so I'm sure that I'll find a nice occasion to enjoy it.
Since entering the prize draw, I've heard a lot more about Inspired Villages in Tattenhall and this is just the kind of community where I could see myself and my friends living. I'm not quite ready for moving home myself just now, but I'll certainly keep my eye on the scheme and will be recommending it to others. They have so much on offer'.
Mrs Hinchcliffe is shown together with Trish Rooney.
Inspired Villages wishes everyone in the locality 'A Very Merry Christmas and Healthy New Year'.
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