Celebrating life at Barchester

Whilst the world outside is in uncertain times, safe inside our Barchester homes our residents are carrying on with fun activities and we are joining forces with our local communities to share some cheer. Take a look at what we've been up to...

Home Celebrates Resident's Return

Home Celebrates Resident's Return

Scarborough Hall care home has welcomed home a resident, 84 year old Muriel Tipper, 84 years young. Muriel has recently spent a period of time in Scarborough Hospital, whilst in hospital Muriel tested positive to Covid-19.
Jean Kellman Turning 100

Jean Kellman Turning 100

Jean Kelman is adjusting to the virtual world so she can video call her family and friends on her big day on Easter Monday (April 13). Jean, who lives at the Manor Care Home, in Bishop's Hull, said: "I feel like the Queen.
Rainbow Arts & Crafts

Rainbow Arts & Crafts

Here at Hunters, the residents are keeping up their spirits with arts and crafts sessions. The art work will be displayed on our smile board, which is designed to keep everyone cheerful and show all of the positive messages and thoughts that are being sent to Hunters.
Kindness from the Community

Kindness from the Community

We have been overwhelmed with gifts and items being donated to our home; we cannot believe how many people are thinking about us all at this time.
Music Therapy

Music Therapy

With the absence of our regular entertainers, Winchester House continues to provide musical therapy to all of our residents as best we can.
It's the little things...

It's the little things...

Mount House received a very heartfelt message from Tracey Stevens, Store Manager, and her team at Dunelm in Shrewsbury, who wanted to donate something special to our home.
A Thoughtful Gift

A Thoughtful Gift

We received the above banner from a local primary school recently. The younger pupils used to visit our residents every Thursday ti share a story, a snack and an activity with them, and all of our residents miss them dearly.
Keeping in Touch

Keeping in Touch

Residents are still keeping in touch with family and friends, and even taking part in activities with them. One resident here at Oxford Beaumont was sent some flowers by her sister, and we then organised a Skype video call so they could chat while she was arranging them.
Pen Pals

Pen Pals

Residents of Prestbury Beaumont have reached out to the community as part of their extended social network to seek pen-pals of all ages to remain connected during the current coronavirus crisis. The home has been delighted with the responses, and have been busy replying!
Sharing Artwork

Sharing Artwork

The residents of Fairview have been very lucky to receive lots of lovely mail from children from around the community.
Embracing Technology

Embracing Technology

Residents of Fairview have embraced technologly to keep in touch with their family and friends.