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Residents and staff at our Lyndon Croft Care Home near Solihull participated in a group meal organised for community meals week created to encourage “good-quality nutrition for older people.” The residents of Lyndon Croft enjoyed a meal at the National Motor Cycle Museum, Bickenhill, as part of National Community Meals Week, an initiative created by the National Association of Care Catering [...]
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At PrimeLife we aim to provide the best possible care through knowing each one of our residents and encouraging them to express themselves and their interests. Jean Osborne from Oakdene has a huge personality that never fails to put a smile on any ones face. Jean often volunteers within the home by meeting and greeting guests but mainly by helping [...]
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On Sunday 28th September, staff from River Meadows participated in the ‘Run For Home’ Charity Event organized through Heart FM. The team consisted of four staff members dressed as minions and raised a great £1,400 for the ‘Make Some Noise’ charity. The money raised from this event will be shared amongst disadvantaged children in the West Midlands and Birmingham Children’s [...]
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On Saturday 27th September a good day was had by all at the Rutland Care village for Jack’s (John Dalby’s) 103rd Birthday. Jack has been at the Rutland Care Village for just under a year and has certainly made a big impression on all the staff and other residents. Staff describe him as an inspiration, he often wanders into the [...]
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We are excited to announce that we are currently waiting on planning permission to build a 35 bed extension and social centre at Phoenix Park Care Village in Lincolnshire. The new extension will consist of a two story 35 bed care home being built on site creating 40 new full and part time jobs to add to the present [...]
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Celebrating in the beautiful sunny weather, friends and family of the residents of Clarence House flocked in in-style to a 1940’s Summer Blitz garden party. With live entertainment from a 1940s singer and classic cream teas the guests were transported back in time. Residents dressed in 1940’s clothing and ran a Tombola Stall, Raffle, Cake stall, sweets in the jar competition and two games of guess the name of the teddy.
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Performers sang, belly danced and played musical instruments as residents raised the roof in a Market Harborough care home’s very own version of Britain’s Got Talent. More than 70 revellers, including family members, clapped, cheered and sung along at Peaker Park’s Got Talent on Saturday, June 28. Spectator and resident Sylvia Sams, 80, who enjoys volunteering as one of the [...]
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A deaf couple living at East Midland’s first official ‘deaf aware’ care home based in Market Harborough have said “we feel lucky being here”. When Leslie, 89, and Betty Key, 88, first moved into Peaker Park they were unable to communicate properly with staff but the team responded quickly with a range of measures. In recognition of its high standards [...]
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