Fourfields held their annual fabulous Christmas Fayre, which did not disappoint! Fourfields Fayre was full with plenty of laughter, food and drink. Thank you to everyone that contributed to the Christmas Fayre as they managed to raise a staggering £324, which will be for the resident’s amenities fund
Thank you to all homes that took part in the ‘Quantum Care Christmas Tree Competition 2018’. The brief this year was quite simple; The most beautifully decorated tree presented in a Christmas scene, providing plenty of opportunity for resident input, involvement, and engagement.
Dukeminster Court had a visit from Icknield primary school to come and sing for us. We were lucky enough to have 60 children at Dukeminster to sing, so we had 12 children on each unit. Both children and residents had a lovely time and they all enjoyed lunch together. What a wonderful morning!
We would like to congratulate Fudge on achieving her Fire Risk Assessor certificate. Fudge assists our Health and Safety Manager, Mhuire, and is loved by all that meet her.
St. Mary’s Catholic school in Royston came in to Richard Cox House this morning to sing carols songs to the residents.
The Fairway in Oxhey was invited to be a part in a Christmas tree festival; the residents got involved by handcrafting the decorations, the tree looks fantastic!
Another successful evening at Willow Court's pop up restaurant. Willow Tree hosted a three-course fine dining experience, the food, drink and company was fantastic. We cannot wait for the next one!
The residents of Anson Court loved the bagpipes being played live for St Andrews Day. #quantumcare #elderlycare #standrewsday