A big thank you to Father 🎄 Christmas who came to say "Ho Ho Ho" and "Merry Christmas" to all of our Residents and staff. As you can see, everybody thoroughly enjoyed his visit. Thank you to Barry Round Table for organising this event as well as Donna and Tammy
When the weather outside is frightful.........what better way to pass the time than going for a pub lunch! December 2016
Our Residents had a surprise visitor today. Pudsey Bear came along to say hello to everyone! A big thank you to all the staff who dressed up in their pyjamas to help raise money for Children in Need. We also had a birthday boy who enjoyed having Happy Birthday sung to him by all the Residents, staff and of course the one and only Pudsey!!! A huge thanks to Barry Round Table who organised the visit it brought lots of smiles and laughter. Nov 2016
We've always said there was treasure in our house!!!.......
Morning exercise can be real fun !!
We have had a lovely day today on the beach!!! Yes actually on the sand!!!!!...... Fantastic fun... We made our own 'sand pictures!' X
Over 2,400 people viewed this post in Facebook. Compliments to the Vale Council for the all terrain tyres on their wheelchairs for the sand
Would you like to join us for the 'Mad Hatters Tea Party’ Fun and entertainment is on the cards!!! For the residents too
3 August 2016
Florence and Adele are now getting Florence and Adele are now getting very used to wheel chairs! The donkeys like the visits as much as the residents enjoy visiting them
very used to wheel chairs! The donkeys like the visits as much as the residents enjoy visiting them
A lot of our residents are animal lovers and love to be visited by animals. Not only do they love seeing our four legged friends but it is wonderful therapy. Thanks to our Rhian for bringing in her new bundle of joy. Just look at those smiles! Hopefully this little boy will become a regular visitor!
Members of Barry W.I visited us on Tuesday and donated several lap blankets that their members had very kindly knitted for us. It's lovely to be part of such a supportive community