Rangeford Villages, the award-winning later living specialist, has announced the appointment of Keith Turnbull to the role of Village Manager at Wadswick Green – the development’s first and largest integrated retirement living community based in Corsham, Wiltshire.
With more than 20 years of experience across the fields of hotel, leisure, property, and retirement living, Keith will play a key role in ensuring the operational and financial success of the village. Having held a number of managerial roles at Life Story, the retirement house building company, and a myriad of 4- and 5-star properties, including The QHotels and The Hand Picked Hotel Group, Keith is an accomplished manager with a wealth of experience in leading teams to achieve organisational goals and deliver outstanding results.
Commenting on his new role, Keith Turnbull, Village Manager at Wadswick Green, said: “I am excited to be leading Wadswick Green under this new appointment as Village Manager. I look forward to working closely with the dedicated team here to build on their success and support Rangeford’s growth and vision to cultivate an inspiring and community-driven living space for our residents. I look forward to meeting the current residents personally to ensure that their needs and wellbeing remain a top priority and to welcoming future residents to our friendly and vibrant village community.”
Howard Nankivell, CEO of Rangeford Villages added: “We are delighted to welcome Keith Turnbull to the team. His strong track record and exceptional knowledge in the industry will be vital as we continue our ambitious growth plans, and I’m confident that he will add tremendous strength to the leadership team at Wadswick Green. I look forward to working with Keith over the years to come as we continuously strive to set the bar for quality of care and make a difference in the retirement living sector across the nation.”
At Wadswick Green, residents can take advantage of an extensive range of state-of-the-art amenities such as a fully-equipped gym and spa which includes a swimming pool, jacuzzi, sauna, and steam room, as well as a beauty salon and a restaurant serving locally produced, seasonal dishes.
Set over 25 acres in the rolling Wiltshire countryside, on the site of the former HMS Royal Arthur Naval College that the late Prince Philip attended, Wadswick Green is a modern village with ancient roots.
Rangeford Village’s expansion has led to the creation of five successful retirement villages across the UK: Wadswick Green in Wiltshire, Mickle Hill in North Yorkshire, Homewood Grove in Surrey, Siddington Park in Gloucestershire, Strawberry Fields in Cambridgeshire, as well as the recent land acquisition in Dorking for the development of a new integrated retirement community.