Activities at Wimbledon Beaumont Care Community

Our team of activities staff and volunteers are constantly striving to improve the lives of our residents. This includes the quality of our regular entertainers, the new PAT dog and cat visits, the new singing entertainment in residents bedrooms and the personalised visits by volunteers. We also encourage relatives and friends to join in with activities and trips out whenever they can.

As the festive season begins, the team at Wimbledon Beaumont would like to encourage you to join them to take part in our varied activities and regular trips out. 

Enriching life
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Julie Elguennouni

Activities Co-ordinator

My name is Julie and I have been working here at Wimbledon Beaumont for more than 15 years. I was promoted from Housekeeper to Care Assistant then to Activities Coordinator.

I am passionate about my job and love my role as Activities Assistant. I also love gardening and singing; I am creative and create a lot of activities programmes around sensory activities, flower arranging and exercise sessions.

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 Wimbledon Beaumont Care Community

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Community Festive Fun

What an amazing time we had at Kings College Boys School in Wimbledon.

We were invited along for a festive afternoon tea, our residents loved it.

The boys sung carols and we enjoyed afternoon tea with a drop of Christmas cheer.

Our thanks go out to the boys and staff at Kings College - we shall return the compliment.

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Mini bus trips out - Deen City farm this week

Our mini bus trip this week took residents and staff to Deen City Farm, we saw all types of animals but the farm is particularly famous for petting cattle and rare animal breeds.

We had a fabulous time.

Obviously the afternoon was topped off with tea and cake in the well stocked cafe at the farm.

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Let's start with the Art

Our art groups and classes are well attended here at Wimbledon Beaumont.

There so so much talent at these classes, nut there is also the people that just want to use the classes as a therapy session.

Art therapy can help older adults to remain creatively flexible and mentally agile as they age.

We love it.

Tesco treats

With the festive season fast approaching, some of our residents have started to think about gifts and cards for their loved ones.

We arranged a mini-bus trip out to start some Christmas shopping for our residents

Tesco was the chosen shop for this resident and a very good choice it turned out to be as well.



Songs on Wheels

What a great time we had here at Wimbledon Beaumont when the sensational 'Songs on Wheels' Community Choir came to visit earlier this month.

Those old songs that we all know and love were great to hear again and sing along too.

And, maybe its because we are Londoner's, we loved them so much.

Thank you Libby, for bringing the choir, we hope to sing with you again shortly.


Carry on Kate!

Another popular entertainer at our home is the marvellous Kate.

In preparation of tomorrows world opera day we invited Kate and her violin to come and play for our residents this morning.

Kate and her violin are just amazing and our morning here at Wimbledon Beaumont was perfect.