Newsletter

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August 2017

Pimms afternoon

We are holding a Pimms afternoon on Tuesday 15th August at 2pm on our pimmsdecking area. Please join us if you are able. Our Director’s are funding this for our resident’s and relatives to say thank you to you all for supporting us. Cheers!!

bonus ballBonus Ball Winners

1st July – Keith

8th July – Rollover

15th July – Rollover

22nd July – Rollover

29th July – Rollover

happy birthday

Happy Birthday

Birthdays 

 Our one birthday for August is Mrs. Connie Houchen

 

baby boyCongratulations  

Mrs. Gwen Torrace has a new great grandson Fredrick Samuel born on Thursday 27th July.

Our recent BBQ

bbqWe had a lovely afternoon on Tuesday 18th July, even the weather held out for us. Full Beam put on a wonderful show and the staff were all good sports in dressing up to. Audrey Markwick and Win Morris enjoyed the dancing, we have the pictures!  We raised £50.00 for our resident’s fund and would like to thank those relatives that not only came to support but helped as well.

Coffee Morning – 15th September

coffee cupWe are holding another Coffee morning on Friday 15th September in Valley View lounge at 10am – 12 noon. There will be cakes with a raffle and bring and buy stall will be included to. The proceeds of this event will go towards our Christmas entertainment programme.

Shelagh’s Shop

shelagh's shopFor those of you who are unaware we have a shop every Monday afternoon. Shelagh brings in items such as Sweets, Crisps, Biscuits, Toiletries, and soft drinks for you to purchase. Shortly there will be new items including birthday cards and shopping bags. If you would like any other items please let Shelagh know.

Harvest Festival

harvest festivalWe will be celebrating Harvest with a short service which we hope to be conducted by Cannon Fletcher. This will be followed by a Harvest supper. The date has not yet been confirmed but we have done this for several years now and it is always very enjoyable.

Our recent trip out

old town tripRecently we were very lucky to enjoy a 99 ice cream in the Old town followed by visiting the Bourne to see the Priscilla Macbean lifeboat which was moved there on 15th November 2014. We also saw the newly placed Cyril and Lilian Bishop lifeboat which is opposite in All Saints Church. All of the residents that came really enjoyed this trip which brought back many childhood memories for them.

Holy Communion

holy communionWe are pleased to resume our monthly Holy Communion services thanks to Mrs. Margaret Turner from Blacklands Church. She will be joining us on Wednesday afternoons every month at 3.30pm. Our date for September is the 13th. Anyone who wishes to join in is most welcome in the small lounge. The service is normally about 15 minutes.

managers moment Manager’s Moment

Since our last Newsletter we have been very busy in recruiting new staff. As always, it is sad when staff move on but we wish them the best for the future.

You will all be seeing more of Natasha around the building working with our staff. Please talk to her about any concerns that you may have or any changes that you may wish to take place.

We are also looking at refurbishment to some areas. Some rooms have already been re-decorated as they have become empty. We will be re-carpeting the small lounge and the main front stairs shortly and we recently had new windows in our link way corridor that leads into area 3.

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