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18 Sep 2012

A great-grandmother celebrated her 100th birthday in Charlton Park Care Home, London, surrounded by friends and family with a guest appearance from the Mayor of Greenwich. Ethel Clenshaw received a card from the Queen to celebrate 100 years.

13 Sep 2012

Residents, families and staff of Manor View Care Home in Doncaster recently braved the unseasonal weather to enjoy the annual day trip to Cleethorpes. Everyone enjoyed a lunch of Fish and Chips and a very bracing walk around the town and the sea front. Mrs Kath Morris who’s husband Harry has lived at Manor View since 2010 said “ We always enjoy the trips and outings and I know Harry enjoys them” Many residents and families are already looking forward to the next big annual event which is the outing to see this years pantomime “Snow White” at Doncaster Civic theatre.

7 Sep 2012

Hollie Hill Care Home in Stanley, County Durham has been making an international mark by sponsoring a Four Seasons Health Care Trophy for their local rugby team, the Newcastle Falcons on their USA tour. The Newcastle Falcons played against the Chicago tornadoes in the final stages of the tour. The final score was Chicago 32, Consett 19. The captain of the Newcastle Falcons, Will Welch presented the trophy to Chicago Tornadoes captain James McKegg.
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6 Sep 2012

Four Seasons Health Care, the UK’s largest independent elderly and specialist care provider, which was purchased by Terra Firma, a leading private equity firm, in July 2012, is delighted to announce the appointment of Ian Smith as Chairman. He will be joined on the board by Arjan Breure and Lorenzo Levi, both managing directors of Terra Firma, and by Lorcan Wood, a director of Terra Firma.

5 Sep 2012

The residents and staff recently enjoyed a trip out to Cannon Hall Farm in Barnsley, South Yorkshire. They enjoyed a picnic lunch and a visit around the farm. The residents saw Llama’s, highland cattle, some rare breed pigs and lambs and goats. The weather stayed nice for their visit and the residents thoroughly enjoyed it and hope to go back again soon.

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