Hanover Residents Treated To Movie Nights Thanks To Paramount Donation
Published by Rob Ghosh for Hanover Housing Group in Housing
HANOVER RESIDENTS TREATED TO MOVIE NIGHTS THANKS TO PARAMOUNT DONATION
Thanks to a generous donation of classic DVDs, movie merchandise and paraphernalia, national retirement housing provider, Hanover Housing Association, is to give some of its residents a real treat when it hosts a series of special ‘nights out at the movies’.
The cinema screenings are all thanks to a generous donation from film giant Paramount Pictures.
Residents at five extra care estates in Dagenham, Bromley, Brighton and Slough will have the chance to watch movie blockbusters from yesteryear to the present day; from John Travolta’s ‘Greece’ to Mission Impossible with Tom Cruise. These screenings take full advantage of the state of the art on site cinemas that are among the amenities of many of Hanover’s 70 extra care developments.
In addition to the selection of films residents will be treated to a host of film merchandise including, Love Actually scarves, Made in Dagenham soundtrack, Stardust note pads and various novels.
Bruce Moore Chief Executive of Hanover Housing Association said: “I would like to thank Paramount for this generous and unexpected gift. Thanks to Hanover’s modern cinema facilities many residents have started film clubs and reminiscence groups, which add to the many opportunities residents have to socialise and engage with their local communities”
A typical extra care on-site cinema is equipped with a VGA cinema projector, 16:9 projection speakers,surround sound and cinema seating.