Our aim is to provide a lifestyle for our residents, which meets their social, cultural, religious and recreational interests and needs. We encourage residents to maintain old friendships and build new ones.
Programmes of activity are designed to encourage mental alertness, self-esteem, and social interaction with other residents. We will seek to maximise development of individuals within their potential and encourage them to express themselves as unique persons.
Our weekly activity timetable typically includes:
Arts and Crafts
Knit and Natter
Services in the Chapel
Scrabble, Quizzes & Games
& much much more!
Residents are given the choice of what activities they wish to join in with and when to take free time. They have the opportunity to give input on what entertainment and activities they wish to be arranged through quality assurance questionnaires and by being on the Entertainment Committee.
Monthly newsletters, notice boards, and visual pictures / signs are used throughout the home to assist individuals that may experience communication difficulties.
Getting out and about...
When we can we like to take our residents on trips out and about, locally and further a field, we even have our very own mini bus especially for such occasions. Past trips include to the park, the theatre, and the seaside, and for those need to stay close to home the seaside has been known to come to us!
Events & Tea Parties
Any excuse for a tea party and with Chefs famous cream teas you can't go far wrong! Whether it a birthday celebration, a national event or just for fun we hold numerous tea parties throughout the year, it's a great chance to socialise and make new friends. Our biggest events of the year include our annual Our biggest events of the year include our annual Summer, Craft and Christmas Fayres.