Romans News – September was a Great Month!

On Tuesday 18th September Oomph! took 3 of our residents out to the Ropetackle CafĂ©. The residents also went on a short ride, as the weather did not perform nicely enough to have a walk.       On Wednesday 19th September Lynda Lyne played the jazz piano and clarinet in the sun lounge at […]

Rose Lawn News – September Activities

Bev, Activities Co-ordinator arranged for Sharandys Birds of Prey to visit Rose Lawn. The residents had a unique experience of falconry with Breeze the Barn Owl putting on a flight show in the dining room! Oomph! Out and About Trips are still a highlight, with the latest trip being to Seaton Tramway. The trams go […]

Cressingham House News – Community Project

Over the past few months we have been creating a knitted blanket as a community project, and this has included involving any residents who have stayed for respite care. The blanket is now complete with crocheted flowers and a pom-pom trim.

Walmer House News – Real Animals and Fake Bird!

A giant rabbit called Chopper and a bearded dragon came to visit our residents recently which was a great success. Meanwhile, our mischievous resident Bob always likes dressing up at every opportunity!  

Rosemary Mount News – Autumn Fun

Here at Rosemary Mount we look forward to the Macmillan Coffee Morning and Cake Sale which is an annual event every September. The weather has been so warm going into Autumn that some days residents have enjoyed sitting and relaxing in the summer house with warm sunshine coming in at the windows. On other days […]

Sceats Care Home News – Photos of Recent Activities and Occasions

Erith House News – Activity-Friendly Lounge

We have had a reorganisation of our lounge to incorporate several activity areas for all our residents to access when they wish, alongside our regular planned activities.  

Rosemary Mount News – Meeting Up Again After 28 Years

These pictures were taken recently when out of the blue the Manager received an email from the man in the picture. 28 years ago he had carried out voluntary work in the home as a young Dutch student and traced us again to see if anyone would remember him and she did. A visit in […]