Audley Inglewood, the luxury retirement village near Kintbury in Berkshire, has featured in a BBC documentary Holding Back the Years, presented by Angela Rippon
The programme is the second in a thought-provoking five-part series which will see various celebrities discuss the key concerns of getting older from their own perspective, including relationships, health, well-being, pensions and appearance.
The rest of the series is fronted by Arlene Phillips, Maureen Lipman, Bill Turnbull and Ainsley Harriott.
In the episode, Angela Rippon takes a look at the future of retirement in the UK and visits Audley Inglewood as an example of luxury, independent retirement living.
She takes a tour of the village, explores the facilities and properties available and interviews Audley owners, who share their views on what retirement means to them and the lifestyle living at an Audley village allows them to maintain.
Nick Sanderson, CEO, Audley Retirement said: “The changing face of retirement is a subject that often goes ignored.
“Today, this demographic is more demanding than ever, and rightly so.
That’s why we’re proud to have had the opportunity to be part of a programme that aims to challenge perceptions on ageing and on retirement.”
You can watch the programme for 28 days from 28 March 2017 here