Beaverbrook House in Bletchley hosted the charity’s 185th AGM on Tuesday.
The Printing Charity, set up for people who have retired from the printing and publishing industries, welcomed over 60 guests to the event, including Murdoch MacLennan, Chief Executive Officer of the Telegraph Media Group, who attended in his capacity as the charity’s President for 2012.
Following the AGM, he was given a guided tour of Beaverbrook House by Kathy Senior, the scheme’s manager.
Mr MacLennan said: “It was wonderful to visit the Beaverbrook apartments and see first-hand the important and inspiring work The Printing Charity does.”
Councillor Alan Richards, the Mayor of Milton Keynes, also attended. The event was one of his last official functions before he stood down at the end of his one-year mayoral term.
Mr Richards said: “The Printing Charity is to be applauded for the help they provide for members of the printing industry and their dependent family members.”