Keeping in Contact at Watersmead
Residents at Watersmead really enjoyed looking through pictures sent in by 11-year-old Charlie from Westbury.
Keeping in Contact at Buckland Court
Youngsters from Amesbury after-school club made an extra special visit to Buckland Court before schools closed but after restrictions were placed on the home. The children, who are usually regular visitors, popped by to wave goodbye as they wouldn't be able to see residents for a little while. The residents loved seeing their pictures, cards and smiling faces.
Old Station House received a delivery of 43 large Easter egg
Old Station House received a much-appreciated delivery of 43 large Easter eggs for residents and a care package for its care team from the local Waitrose.
One-hundred chocolate Easter bunnies bounced into Chilterns Court
One-hundred chocolate Easter bunnies bounced into Chilterns Court following a donation by the Henley-on-Thames branch of WHSmith organised by the deputy mayor of Henley, David Eggleton.
Clap for Carers at Chestnut Court
The local police joined staff at Chestnut for their #clapforcarers as they applauded key workers from up and down the country.
All kinds of help!
Our current volunteers are being their usual amazing selves. Many are still volunteering in our homes but it’s not stopped those who can’t visit in person!
They’re doing what they can from the outside; collecting prescriptions, writing letters and video conferencing to stay in touch. Here is Joanna, one of our Work
Placement Volunteers, enjoying a Skype chat with the residents at Marston Court.