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Olympia helps celebrate first anniversary of housing development for Sheffield pensioners

Olympic gold medalist Dame Mary Peters visited McCarthy and Stone's Windsor House retirement development in Abbeydale Road on Tuesday (3 June 2014). Our picture shows Dame Mary (second left) celebrating the first anniversary of the development with resident Professor Jeffrey Doherty (third left) and, from left, sales manager Karen Harrowell, assisted living champion Vivienne Cornish and marketing manager Jon Sheehy.

Olympic gold medalist Dame Mary Peters visited McCarthy and Stone's Windsor House retirement development in Abbeydale Road on Tuesday (3 June 2014). Our picture shows Dame Mary (second left) celebrating the first anniversary of the development with resident Professor Jeffrey Doherty (third left) and, from left, sales manager Karen Harrowell, assisted living champion Vivienne Cornish and marketing manager Jon Sheehy.

Former British Olympic champion Dame Mary Peters was the guest of honour at an anniversary party in Sheffield.

Dame Mary, who won gold in the pentathlon in the 1972 Olympics, was invited by retirement developer McCarthy and Stone to mark a year since the launch of its Windsor House development in Abbeydale Road.

She enjoyed afternoon tea with residents and guests and toasted the anniversary, while also sharing stories about her illustrious career.

Windsor Road is an assisted living residential development for people aged over 75.

 
 
 

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