News from Chiltern Care Services

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August 2020

Celebrating the hottest day with ice-cream!

How do you celebrate the hottest day of the year? With ice-cream of course! Our residents enjoyed popping out to choose their favourite flavour and loved the familiar sound of the ice-cream van musi...... read more »

July 2020

Thank you to the team!

We held a barbecue day to say thank you to our team for all their hard work during the pandemic. A wonderful day, enjoyed by everyone and done for all the right reasons. Thank you from the bottom of...... read more »

June 2020

Our Hawaiian party

We're so excite to have held our first special event for residents since lockdown began...a Hawaiian party! The sun shone, the music played and we dressed up to celebrate the occassion. What a wonde...... read more »

May 2020

Hearts and rainbows

Our residents have been joining in with the national campaign to support key workers during Coronavirus. They've been painting rainbows and hearts and adorning our windows and doors with their creat...... read more »

April 2020

Keeping in touch during lockdown

Life is not the same for any of us during lockdown but we are doing what we can to keep our residents in touch with family and friends. Coronavirus may separate us physically but thanks to technolog...... read more »

February 2020

Our feathery friends...

Cherry Tree residents enjoyed a mornnig with a difference when the charity, Wings of Freedom, paid a visit.  The charity is run by birds of prey experts who have spent many years working with ...... read more »

January 2020

We went to Waddeston Manor

A great day was had by all when we went on a day trip to Waddeston Manor. The winter doesn't get in the way of us getting out and about to enjoy the sights and sounds on our doorstep. We wrapped up ...... read more »

January 2020

Parachute play is good for the soul!

Parachute play at our homes provides more than just a few laughs! It helps promote social interaction and co-operation amongst players and from a physical point of view aids co-ordination and upper ...... read more »

November 2019

Our forget-me-not party

In November, Mandeville Grange hosted a 'Forget Me Not' party for local care homes. It was a big success with people visiting from across the region and the Banjovi singers providing the entertainm...... read more »

September 2019

Getting close to nature

Isn’t there something magical about getting close to nature? Young or old, we all benefit from special moments in the countryside and it’s been an absolute pleasure taking our residents ...... read more »