Lavenders Care Home News
We place great emphasis on keeping in touch with families, loved ones and the wider community here at Lavenders. And we have some great systems in place to ensure that happens
Ensuring that residents stay in contact with family and loved ones is a priority for us here at Lavenders. We have telephone points in every room, Wi-Fi throughout our buildings for those who wish to use Skype/video calling systems or wish to email.
We have an open door policy when it comes to maintaining contact. This is our residents’ home and therefore there are no set visiting hours – residents are free to receive guests whenever they wish.
Friends, relatives and loved ones are regularly invited to our open days, events and celebrations and we also use our Facebook page to keep everyone informed about the various activities and events that take place here.
In addition, we send out our information-packed newsletters regularly so you can not only see what we have been up to, but what we have planned in the future.
What’s on at Lavenders?
So that you can get a sense of the type of daily activities and exciting special events that take place here at Lavenders, we’ve published a few of our most recent newsletters here for you to take a look at.
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This month, our popular Poetry Afternoon will be held on Friday 26th June at 2.30pm in the Main Sitting Room. The subjects are “June” and “Summer”
During May we held our very own Flower & Craft Show There were lots of wonderful entries into the final competition, and lots of prizes were aw
The Gardening club started, along with the good weather, last month. It meets in the Bozwell Sitting Room on Thursday Afternoons. There is step free access to Raised flower beds, so that everyone can join in—Please do come along
Last month, the staff and Residents celebrated the retirement of one of our incredible housekeepers, Wendy F. Wendy worked at Lavenders for a very impressive 34 years, 9 months and 24 days having started on 1st September 1985. Everyone at Lavenders wishes Wendy a very happy and well deserved retirement.
Residents and staff celebrated the 75th anniversary of VE Day. Activities carried on throughout the day, including poems, singing and of course, flag waving. Residents watched Winston Churchill’s speech, and then in the evening gathered together to watch the Queen. A special “Ritz Style” High Tea was also served , which everyone thoroughly enjoyed.
We look forward to welcoming you