Sanctuary Care’s care homes dotted throughout the East and South East will be hosting fabulous community events tomorrow for Care Home Open Day.
We welcome you to join in the fun at a care home near you – for more information, please contact our Central Services team on 0800 916 1499 – however, highlights include:
At Don Thomson House Residential Care Home in Harwich, the team and residents will be hosting a very special community Bake Off, where special guest, the Mayor Councillor Pam Morrison will choose which tasty delight is the best birthday cake fit for The Queen.
Youngsters will also be able transform into a princess or prince charming as crown decorating stations will be available.
Meanwhile in Hatfield, Hertfordshire the royal celebrations will continue at Hatfield Residential and Nursing Home.
The team and residents will be hosting a royal-themed tea party to mark The Queen’s 90th birthday, where guests will join residents to decorate birthday cakes and crowns fit for Her Majesty.
There will also be an abundance of mouth-watering cakes and cream teas, and the home will adorn red, white and blue decorations for the special occasion.
At Meadow View Residential Care Home in Hersden, Canterbury, the team and residents will host a garden party, set in the home’s stunning grounds.
There will be live music with a guest singer, accompanied by an accordion, an abundance of mouth-watering cakes and delicious cream teas. The team will also be suitably dressed as their favourite royals for the very special occasion – from the birthday girl herself to Princess Anne.
The addresses for those wishing to attend are:Don Thomson House Residential Care Home, Low Road, Dovercourt, Harwich CO12 3TS Hatfield Residential and Nursing Home, Tamblin Way, Hatfield, Hertfordshire AL10 9AX Meadow View Residential Care Home, Blackthorn Road, Hersden CT3 4GB
About Care Home Open Day
Friday 17 June marks the fourth annual Care Home Open Day, when homes nationwide welcome people to share a special day with their teams and residents, forging lasting links with their local communities.