Ryman Community News

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Alan Burgess, the world’s oldest living first class cricketer

08 Jul 2020
Community news | 2 min read

Alan Burgess, the world’s oldest living first class cricketer

Alan Burgess is happy to take on board the fact he is the world’s olde...

26 Jun 2020
Ryman news | 2 min read

Sanae’s special connection to Logan Campbell

Having worked as an international flight attendant for 12 years, Sanae...

24 Jun 2020
Community news | 9 min read

Brian Molloy helps conserve New Zealand

Ngaio Marsh Retirement Village resident and botanist Brian Molloy can ...

23 Jun 2020
Resident stories | 2 min read

Edmund Hillary knitters’ lockdown twiddle mat mission takes off

It started off as something a bit different to make during lockdown, b...

22 Jun 2020
Ryman news | 2 min read

Safe and secure at Bob Owens

Kathie was thoroughly embracing her new life at Bob Owens Retirement V...

19 Jun 2020
Ryman news | 2 min read

Happy, safe and contented at Kiri Te Kanawa

For Emily, the move to Gisborne’s Kiri Te Kanawa Village care centre l...

18 Jun 2020
Resident stories | 3 min read

Keith’s long walk back to fitness

As Hilda Ross resident Keith Cocker sets out on his second walk of the...

17 Jun 2020
Ryman news | 2 min read

David and Jennifer give full marks to Ryman

David says he and his wife Jennifer Taylor weren’t fazed by the news t...

17 Jun 2020
Ryman news | 2 min read

Jim’s Bridge game came up trumps

Keeping to a routine of exercise, coupled with sharpening up his Bridg...

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Ryman Healthcare was founded in Christchurch in 1984 and owns and operates 36 retirement villages in New Zealand and Australia. Ryman villages are home to 11,600 residents, and the company employs more than 6,000 staff.

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