Meet our Activities Coordinator, Julie Elguennouni
My name is Julie and I have been working here at Wimbledon Beaumont for more than 8 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.
Activities at Wimbledon Beaumont
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.
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
Our Olympian, Mr Peake, was elegantly escorted by Juliet to his son’s wedding at Richmond Park, Pembroke Lodge. He had a lovely time and I felt very cared for by Juliet.
It was an absolute joy to welcome back our residents and relatives meetings. It has been a long time coming and it was great to see everyone together to discuss the future of Wimbledon Beaumont.
We were delighted to welcome Councillor, Michael Brunt, the Mayor of Merton, and his lovely mum, to our annual summer BBQ. Despite the weather, we managed to have a great party.
Fun in the Sun
The weather has been exceptionally brilliant to us recently and our residents couldn’t wait to go out into the garden for games, ice lollies, Pimm's and much much more.
Pubs Are Open!
We are so lucky at Wimbledon Beaumont to be so close to all village greens and pubs that Wimbledon has to offer. Plenty of places to walk and now plenty of pubs to have a well deserved drink.Today, after a very nice walk, our residents were so please to go into The Swan pub and have nice cup of tea.
International Nurses' Day
The founder of modern nursing, Florence Nightingale was born on 12th May 1820. Today, we celebrate with our retired and current nurses of Wimbledon Beaumont. We recognise their compassion and dedication to this amazing profession, especially during recent difficult times.