Chartwell Manor made the Berryields News this week with their fabulous work they have been doing for Emmett’s Genies Charity. They helped create Christmas for their year-in-a-day event for critically ill children.
The people living with us at Bowerfield Court celebrated Anti-Bullying day which is a special event organised by the Anti-Bullying alliance group to raise awareness about the negative impacts of bullying, encourage people to stand up against discrimination and promote the importance of individual
Kings Court had a trip to the Swindon Arts Centre to visit their memory cinema. Those that went had a lovely experience! They had tea & coffee on arrival and then went into the cinema to watch ' Who Framed Rodger Rabbit'.
Everyone came together at Allingham House to enjoy a great fundraising coffee morning to raise money for Children in Need. It was the perfect opportunity to enjoy singing and dancing, whilst we had tea, coffee, and nibbles.
Chartwell Manor put on a lovely poppy display in their home to pay their respects on Armistice Day and Remembrance Sunday. It featured lots of meaningful items, and a jar for collections towards The Poppy Appeal.
Lest we forget.