Activities at Trinity Manor Care Home

Activities are an integral part of life at our care home. We want to ensure that the people we support have as much fun as possible during their time with us, so it’s important that our activities programme is created with the interests of residents in mind. Our skilled Activities Coordinators bring a certain uniqueness to the home that can’t be found anywhere else, and which is reflected in the activities they organise.

Enriching life
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Bibesh Shrestha

Activities Coordinator

Hi, My name is Bibesh Shrestha, Activity Coordinator

Having more than 10 years of professional experience in multiple sectors at different places have given me the confidence to get involved in any challenging environment where my skills and experience will be instrumental in achieving personal and social goals.

Being a motivator and influencer to the people around me has always been my passion, and also part of my profession. As an Activity Coordinator, my ultimate goal is to transfer my energy and spread my happiness.

Being active and full of energy with humbleness is what defines me and transferring that energy to the people around me has been my prime interest.

Life-encriching activities booklet

Read our brochure 'Life-enriching activities' for more information about life in our care homes.
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Activities and Events Partnerships

As part of our bespoke life-enrichment programmes, we host a number of live virtual events in the home on a regular basis through a number of partnerships with places of interest and world class performance companies

Life at Trinity Manor Care Home


Celebrating our Carers

Whether they are night Carers, day Carers, Senior Carers, Community leads or bank Carers, one thing we are certain of is that...Trinity Manor has some of the very best carers out there!

Carers truly are an amazing bunch and it takes a very special kind of person to dedicate their life to help others as they do, and for that we are immensely grateful and proud.

Today with the help of Liam our Chef, the team were treated to a continental breakfast as a thank you from Sohail, Paul and all of the residents.

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Sit & Strengthen

Communifit and Trinity Manor have been working closely together for a long time now and we still enjoy the sessions as well as continuing to benefit from them. We even took advantage of the great British weather recently and took our work out alfresco!

The Sit and Strengthen programme was created in memory of founder Crag’s grandma. He witnessed first-hand her deterioration from the ageing process. Sitting most days, with no structured exercise keeping her body going. This gave him the idea to help others in similar situations.

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Commemorating D Day

Residents and Staff alike joined to commemorate the events of D Day with themed refreshments and period music from the talented Jan McNeill - Entertainer and Speaker.

On the morning of 6 June 1944, more than 7000 ships and landing craft landed Allied forces on five beaches along the Normandy coastline in the face of overwhelming fire from the Atlantic Wall. In the skies above Normandy, Allied airpower defended the invasion force, attacked German fortifications, and delivered airborne troops to strategic objectives.

In order for the invasion to be successful, immense levels of bravery and sacrifice were required. Dubbed The Longest Day, thousands of Allied and German troops would die on D-Day and thousands more would follow during the Battle of Normandy. The Liberation of Western Europe had begun.

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A stroll in the Gardens

It was a beautiful day when Bibesh and Kath were able to take a small group to the fantastic Minterne Gardens in Minterne Magna. Minterne House is the home of the Churchill and Digby families and has been since 1620. Home to the first Sir Winston Churchill, the present House was built in 1905 and still contains the original Churchill tapestries and furniture. A younger son from Sherborne Castle, Admiral Robert Digby bought the house and valley on a ‘walk-in, walk-out’ basis ensuring everything in the house was retained. Steeped in Naval history, Henry Digby was Captain of the ‘Africa’ during the battle of Trafalgar. Many letters, paintings and prizes from that time are still at Minterne. The sun was shining and love was in the air for one of our Trinity Manor couples as they enjoyed a wonderful morning in the sun.


The Great Trinity Manor Bake Off

Residents and Staff alike joined to showcase their culinary skills by serving up a storm for our ‘Barchy Bear’ Cake Sale in aid of the Barchester's Charitable Foundation and in support of our Managing Director, Natasha Lazovic, who is taking part in a Charity Cook off for the Barchester Foundation which takes place on the 29th of May. The events aim to raise awareness and funds for Barchester's Charitable Foundation, who do incredible work supporting vulnerable people and helping connect them to their local communities, combating isolation and loneliness. Natasha will be going head to head in some healthy competition with her fellow colleagues and on the day will have to cook a main course and a dessert, crafted from her own recipes, which will be judged on creativity and taste by members of Barchester’s Executive Team. We wish her the very best of luck.

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90th Celebrations

We recently celebrated a very happy 90th birthday to our resident nurse, Anne. She was surprised by both her daughters and a choir from a local school who joined us all to celebrate her big day. Our talented chefs created a special chocolate cake for the occasion, which wasn’t around for long! We love to help celebrate our resident’s milestones here at Trinity Manor, be it a birthday or an anniversary. Come and speak to a member of the team to see how we can help you celebrate here at Trinity Manor!