Barchy Bear, the loveable mascot of Barchester’s Chartiable Foundation, and a team of seven Foundation supporters were thrilled to meet Bear Grylls in person at the Bear Grylls Survival Race in North London on 3rd October.
Moving into care home can be stressful time, especially when considering your financial options. Our new guide on paying for care is here to make that process easier and clearly explain the options available.
An award-winning sculptor has created a work of art inspired by his mother and the dementia she lived with in her later years, and has donated the sculpture to Barchester's Friston House Care Centre as a thank you for the care his mother received while living there.
Peggy Clacher, a resident at Barchester’s Archview Lodge Care Home, had her birthday wish come true when she was given a 'Golden Ticket' to travel along the new Borders Railway in advance of the official opening on 9th September by Her Majesty the Queen.
Amanda Paice, who works as an Administrator at Tandridge Heights Care Home in Oxted, is celebrating achieving her childhood dream despite having been diagnosed with Myalgia Encephalomyelitis (M.E.) eight years ago.
Barchester’s Charitable Foundation supports older people and other adults with a disability by giving grants of up to £5,000 to help promote personal independence, dignity and quality of life.
Click to view their fantastic, new mobile-friendly website: www.bhcfoundation.org.uk
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