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2 Nov 2017

Residents, relatives and the care team at Morecambe Bay Care Home in Broadway Morecambe took part in a ‘Wear It Pink’ day to raise money for Breast Cancer.

Alison Neville-Relph, Home Manager, said: “We raised £170 for the Breast Cancer charity which is a fantastic achievement. We held a tea party complete with cake, scones and jam sandwiches as well as having a raffle and tombola. I want to thank everyone for donating to this worthy cause.”

Are you looking for a care home in Morecambe? Morecambe Bay Care Home offers support for residential care, dementia care, nursing care, respite care, specialist care and end of life/palliative care.


1 Nov 2017

The care team at Laganvale Care Home in Moira turned back time as they surprised residents with some sweet treats from yesteryear.

Shily Paul, Home Manager, said: “The residents really enjoyed their sweet treats. They were measured out in quarters which are how they used to get them from the sweet shops as children. It’s always nice to indulge in something sweet every now and then.”

Are you looking for a care home in Moira? Laganvale Care Home offers support for dementia care, nursing care, specialist care, end of life/palliative care and intermediate care.


1 Nov 2017

Residents from Park Lane Care Home in Stoke-on-Trent enjoyed a visit from some four legged friends as a couple of Shetland Ponies popped into the home for some pet therapy.

Karen Jukes, Home Manager, said: “To say that our residents were over the moon was an understatement. The two ladies that brought in the ponies went to every single resident, including the ones in their rooms so everyone could say hello. The ponies went down so well, some of the residents wanted to keep them as Park Lane pets. Due to their popularity I can see them coming back again and again. I want to thank the ponies and their handlers for coming in.”

Are you looking for a care home in Stoke-on-Trent? Park Lane Care Home offers support for residential care, dementia care and specialist care.


1 Nov 2017

The team at Bangor Care Home in Bangor celebrated 100 years of experience at the home, at a recent awards ceremony.

Mauro Magbitang, Home Manager, Carol Cousins, Managing Director and Elaine McShane Regional Manager presented the home’s elite with their awards celebrating 10 or more years’ service.

Mauro Magbitang, Home Manager, said: “Having continuity and routine in a care home is important for the residents. They get to know the team on a personal basis, and to some extent, see them as members of their family. I am very proud of the team here and congratulate those who have received awards.”

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1 Nov 2017

When Martin from Heywood Court Care Home in Heywood was invited to attend Hopwood County Infant School’s play as the guest of honour he jumped at the chance.

Martin attended the performance with the home’s Chef, whose daughter was one of the performers.

When Martin returned to Heywood Court, he said: “I absolutely loved it! It brought tears to my eyes seeing the youths of today, and I am grateful I'm always given the chance to go out and do things that people who don’t live in care homes can do".

Creating special experiences like this is something our care teams strive to do. If you’d like to see what other experiences they offer, pop into our homes and speak to the residents or the team.

Are you looking for a care home in Heywood? Heywood Court Care Home provides support for all types of care including dementia care and respite care.

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