Henlow Court News - Dec 2011Festive trip to the garden centre
We borrowed one of the Trust mini buses again so that some of the residents could go out to see some Christmas events. One afternoon Roy and some of the other staff took sChristmas at the Mall
Di organised a pub lunch this week, after which the residents went to the Mall to see the Christmas decorations. Lunch was delicious, the staff at the pub were very helpful andHappy birthday Marcia and Betty
Marcia reached a grand old age last week, we celebrated with her and her husband Bill, who also lives here. Marcia and Bill with Vania and Ana &nbsChristmas karaoke and tea
Early in December Linda and Roy had the Christmas karaoke session and this year they organised a party tea as well. Some of our wonderful relatives brought along extra&nbsChristmas prayers
Jennifer was here this week for the resident's prayer morning. The theme, very obviously, was Christmas! Jennifer had some bilble readings and they all sang a hymn. The residenChristmas visit from the local Beavers
Our local Beavers group visited agian, this time to sing some Christmas Carols and chat to the residents One of the lads had a saxaphone to accompany the singing  Birthday girl
one of our December birthdays belongs to our Nellie. Nellie has lived with us for a few years now and is always a happy, cheerful soul! She has a song for every occassion but oA Christmas Cracker!
A visitor brought her dog, Beth, in to see the residents this week-she looked very festive dressed as a Christmas cracker! She wasn't at all bothered by her finery and theBingo!
we dont play bingo very regularly at Henlow, we used to a few years ago but it went out of favour. Some of the residents wanted a game this week so bingo caller Roy came out ofSt James Choir
We're so lucky to be visited by our parish church choir every Christmas. They sing all the classic carols that our residents remember and love and they sound so fantastic.Party time at Henlow!
The residents had their Christmas party on Monday. As always it was a busy and joyful few hours; we had our favourite entertainer, Ian Bradshaw here, plus several staff who gav