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OSJCT Moments

We are the Champions

We are the Champions

Bill, resident at Marston Court, dressed as Freddie Mercury from Queen to get into character as residents learned a new song.

VJ Day Celebrations at Chestnut Court

VJ Day Celebrations at Chestnut Court

Chestnut Court took the opportunity to celebrate VJ Day by going back to the 1940s. The team went all out with music, food, fancy dress and decorations all designed to be reminiscent of the time.

Check out our Women’s Land Army working on our onsite allotment in what was also National Allotment Week.

Doris celebrates 102nd birthday

Doris celebrates 102nd birthday

Doris, a resident of The Meadows, Didcot, enjoyed special celebrations for her 102nd birthday with 102 cakes at a party organised by the Orders of St John Care Trust (OSJCT) care home. Doris, who was born in Abingdon, Oxfordshire, in 1918, received flowers and cards from her husband and two sons. She was also gifted flowers and a hamper of goodies from the local Waitrose store.

Walks in the woodland at Edwardstow Court

Walks in the woodland at Edwardstow Court

Residents at Edwardstow Court in Stow-on-the-Wold have been taking full advantage of their private woodland area and using it to stretch their legs. The woodland has been the perfect place during this heatwave as the trees provide the perfect sun shade and keeps the woodland nice and cool.

Madley Men's Club

Madley Men's Club

Madley Park reignited the 'Madley Men's Club'. It was such great fun playing french boules and darts in the garden.

Sisters Reunited at Chestnut Court

Sisters Reunited at Chestnut Court

Everyone was delighted to welcome our new resident, Muriel, to Chestnut Court.

It was made even more special as she was reunited with her sister, Iris, who also lives at the care home in Quedgeley.

They both haven’t stopped smiling since. A wonderful moment for all involved.

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