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WWII medals presented

WWII veteran Keith Faulkner, a resident at Abbeyfield Motueka, was recently presented with replica war service medals at a surprise presentation. Keith served in the British merchant navy but no longer had the medals he'd been awarded - the British…

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Redevelopment of Abbeyfield Masterton under way

Work on the expansion of Abbeyfield Masterton is now under way, with a target completion date of early 2022. Construction work has started on the new dining room, kitchen and lounge, which are being added to the existing wing of…

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Hawke’s Bay steering committee set up

A steering committee has now been set up in Hawke's Bay, to work towards establishing an Abbeyfield house there. So we'd like to welcome Hawke's Bay to the Abbeyfield family! The case for an Abbeyfield house in Hawke's Bay is…

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Fenn Shaw receives Royal Patron’s Award

Christchurch Abbeyfielder Fenn Shaw has received the Royal Patron's Award, Abbeyfield's highest honour recognising exceptional contribution and commitment. Fenn is pictured above: left with Executive Officer Susan Jenkins, and right with nominator Margaret Yorke at a celebratory function at Abbeyfield…

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Abbeyfield NZ recognises 44 for outstanding voluntary service

Forty-four people recently received certificates of appreciation for outstanding voluntary service (10 years or more) from Abbeyfield NZ. They include present and past members of Abbeyfield committees, the Abbeyfield NZ and Abbeyfield Properties boards and Abbeyfield Foundation Charitable Trust. The…

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Abbeyfielder recognised in Queen’s Birthday Honours

Longtime Abbeyfielder Peter Smale has been honoured for his services to seniors, the community and horticulture by being appointed a Member of the New Zealand Order of Merit in the Queen's Birthday Honours. Peter was involved in the establishment of…

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Houses mark Anzac Day

Abbeyfield houses around the country marked Anzac Day in various ways. While residents and staff were in lockdown due to the COVID-19 pandemic, they were still able to remember New Zealanders killed in war and honour servicemen and women. They…

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Abbeyfield houses closed to visitors due to COVID-19

Our Abbeyfield houses are now closed to all visitors, except essential visitors such as medical and social service staff, as a result of the requirement for New Zealanders to self-isolate in their homes due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Essential visitors…

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