We curate an array of activities, each tailored to the unique interests and abilities of our residents. Opting in is entirely your choice, but many find these engagements to be a wonderful source of joy, social connection, and mental stimulation. From communal gatherings to smaller task groups or intimate one-to-one interactions, there’s something for everyone. Our Lifestyle Coordinators also hold monthly meetings with residents, ensuring that the activities on offer are perfectly aligned with your personal preferences.

The aim?

To enrich your daily life in the most meaningful and enjoyable manner possible. We’d be delighted for you to join us.


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Each activity is crafted to engage the senses and encompasses the following aspects:

  • Relaxing
  • Sensory
  • Social
  • Creative
  • Emotional
  • Recreational
  • Physical
  • Reminiscent
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Within our homes, we have various resources and materials to engage and entertain our residents. The activities listed below are beloved favourites throughout our residences.

  • Documentary & Discussion
  • Talks from external experts (Gardening etc)
  • Quizzes
  • Word Games
  • Jigsaws
  • Poetry & Literary Appreciation
  • Audio Books / Story Telling
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We believe that residents should have access to activities beyond the formal Activity Programme. We make sure the following options are consistently accessible for our residents to enjoy.

  • Games, Puzzles, Crosswords and Cards
  • TV, Radio and Films
  • Audio Books
  • Knitting and Craft
  • Magazines across a range of interests
  • Fiction & Non-Fiction Books
  • Dementia Support materials
  • Reminiscence materials
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During the week, there are plenty of social activities where our residents can participate, build friendships, and, most importantly, share laughter.

  • Singing
  • Karaoke
  • Coffee Mornings
  • Afternoon Tea
  • Wine & Cheese
  • Hobby Clubs
  • Music Workshops
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Staying physically active as you get older has many proven benefits. It’s believed to boost residents’ immune systems, overall well-being, and independence. Most importantly, these physical activities can be enjoyable. They include:

  • Gardening
  • Trips out of the home
  • Making Decorations
  • Flower Arranging
  • Model Making
  • Armchair exercises
  • Carpet Bowls
  • Dancing
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Reflecting on past memories is something many of our residents find enjoyable. We provide:

  • Themed Rooms
  • “Old News” On this day…
  • Chores of the 50’s
  • Foods of the past
  • Wartime Singers
  • Memory Boxes
  • Memorabilia

Call me back

Please let us know how we can contact you and a suitable time to get in touch.