The Vines at Bethlehem, one of Tauranga’s most desirable lifestyle villages, has made the decision to postpone an upcoming open day, due to the re-emergence of COVID-19 in Auckland.
The event was originally planned to take place on Tuesday the 18th of August, 10am to 1pm, and would have seen the retirement village opening its doors to the Bethlehem public. The event, when it does go ahead, will include a showhome which is available to explore, and complimentary barista-made coffee and refreshments. Open day events such as these give potential residents the chance to see what the interior spaces of the village are like, and also provide an opportunity for Q&A.
Even though the re-emergence of COVID-19 is currently thought to be limited to Auckland, Vines at Bethlehem has elected to take the safest course of action in delaying the event. They have stated that “although we were all looking forward to welcoming you into our village, our number one priority is keeping our residents safe.”
The event will likely be rescheduled to a date in the near future, but at this stage it is too early to tell if other parts of NZ will be required to lockdown further. Currently, under level 2 restrictions, the Vines at Bethlehem showhome remains open, by appointment only.
The Vines at Bethlehem ethos is focused on enhancing quality of life, striving to provide anything and everything that those in their finer years need to relax. In keeping with this ethos, the lifestyle village will be following all official health guidelines, and working to keep all residents and staff safe.
To find out more about The Vines at Bethlehem, visit the website by clicking the following link: https://www.thevinesatbethlehem.co.nz/