Brio Button House will be hosting a coffee morning tomorrow (Friday 27th September) as part of Macmillan Cancer Support’s World’s Biggest Coffee Morning.

The retirement community in Hackbridge will play host to the charity event and everyone is welcome to come along for a cup of tea or coffee and a slice of cake.

The event, organised by Brio Retirement Living and Knight Frank, will run from 10am until 1pm and money raised will go to Macmillan Cancer Support’s funds for the growing number of people living with cancer across the UK.

As well as refreshments, which will be provided by Brio’s own brasserie and bar Slate & Grain, there is also the opportunity to view Brio’s first rental retirement community, where homes are also available to buy.

Karl Hallows, Development Director and Sales at Brio Retirement Living said: “We all know that cancer can affect anyone, so that’s why we want to help raise much-needed money for people living with cancer.  You are guaranteed a warm welcome and lots of tea and cake as well as the chance to view our latest community and all it has to offer.”

Exclusive to retirees, Brio Button House, with 80 one and two-bedroom apartments is part of the larger New Mill Quarter development. This includes 805 homes, a food store, and six retail outlets - including a medical centre.

Located in the London Borough of Sutton, Brio Button House is only 27 minutes to London Victoria, but has wonderful parks and villages on its doorstep.

As well as a delicious breakfast, lunch and dinner menu with freshly-cooked seasonal produce from Slate & Grain, residents can also enjoy the fitness suite, activity room, club lounge and two landscaped outdoor terraces. Staff are on hand to help including a concierge and Brio Care Personal Assistants, available 24/7.

The Macmillan Coffee morning will be held in the reception area of Brio Button House, 6 Spinningwheel Way, Hackbridge, Sutton.

If you are interested in a viewing during our Coffee Morning event, please call 0208 033 3283 to speak to one of our friendly team.

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