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Discover what it's like to be part of Dalkeith Height's vibrant and inclusive community. Our village thrives on group activities, friendships, health and wellbeing. There is something here for everyone.
Clubs and Activities
Our Community Centre
The Community Centre is the hub of all activity at Dalkeith Heights. Our award winning complex is architecturally designed to fit within the surrounding environment, while providing impeccable facilities, enjoyed by all residents.
It is the place to make good friends, enjoy a hobby or stay healthy. Regular social catch-ups are organised by residents and staff, including morning and afternoon teas and Friday evening social hour. You can be as involved as you choose in the social life of the village.
With full time management in attendance 9-5 weekdays, there is always somebody available to assist.
Ann and Cheryl share
Why we love Dalkeith Heights
"Moving to Dalkeith Heights was so easy for us, as it has brought us closer to our family.
We have made new friends and have found an extended family, as the people and the staff here are friendly, caring and inclusive.
Dalkeith Heights has provided us the perfect living space. We also love being active and social, and we enjoy the many benefits and facilities that Dalkeith Heights has provided."
Friendships in the village
There are many benefits to moving into a retirement village, one includes broadening your social circle and creating new friendships. Our lovely residents, Helen and Julie, did just that. Over two years ago Helen and Julie moved in right next door to each other, and the rest, as they say, is history.
Besides the friendships that they have made, each of the ladies enjoys something different from living in the village. For Helen, it is the companionship. Knowing she has developed a strong network of friends and neighbours who care about her, and the endless opportunities for outings and to attend social events and gatherings. For Julie, it’s the security of living in the village.