Residents from three Country Court Care Homes have been enjoying a ‘Come Dine With Me’ experience over the last few weeks. Ferrars Hall Care Home in Huntingdon was declared the overall winner in our fun competition.
Priory Court Care & nursing home held its first ‘Pet Parade’ on Saturday 15th June. The event was well attended by local people keen to show off their pet and the home’s residents loved meeting the animals.
Staff at Lyncroft Care Home in Wisbech completed the King’s Lynn Bubble Rush 2019 raising over £300. The proceeds will be shared between the East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (EACH) and Lyncroft Resident’s Comfort Fund.
Suria Webb, Operations Manager at Country Court Care has been involved in the Lincolnshire Care Association (LinCA) for many years and has recently been invited to join the board of Directors where she will be supporting the team with her clinical knowledge and expertise.
Lyncroft Care Home on Clarkson Avenue in Wisbech enjoyed a fun visit from the team at Bar & Beyond in Kings Lynn. Residents and staff enjoyed making and sampling ‘mocktails’ for Nutrition and Hydration week 2019
Country Court Care are delighted to announce that it has been awarded a 'Top 20 Recommended Care Home Group 2019' Award by leading care home review website carehome.co.uk. This is the fourth consecutive year that the Group has been awarded a Top 20 Large Group Award.
Nogi John, Home Manager at Westfield Nursing Home in Boston has won the ‘Care Leadership’ Award at the Lincolnshire Care Association Care Awards 2018. The award was presented at a glittering gala awards evening at the County Assembly Rooms in Lincoln on Thursday 28th February 2019.
Award-winning social enterprise Oomph! has partnered with Country Court Care, a leading UK Care Group, to deliver awesome exercise classes and creative activities for residents, as well as engaging trips out.
Residents and staff at Heartlands Nursing Home in Yardley will be opening their doors and inviting the local community to join them to celebrate their 1st anniversary with them. It’s been exactly one year since the nursing and care home in Broadstone Road re-opened after being completely rebuilt.
Staff, residents and families at Ashwood Nursing Home in Spalding were delighted to continue to be rated ‘Good’ in all areas in their latest CQC report. The report praised the homes open and inclusive culture and noted that residents continued to receive care from staff who were kind, patient and considerate.
Marling Court Care Home in Hampton hosted a very successful Dementia Awareness Day on Thursday 7th February. The aim of the day was to give people a better understanding of how Dementia affects people living with it and it was well attended by over 40 people from the local community.
A brand-new luxury care home will create up to 60 jobs for local people in Spalding. The new care home will be located on Spalding Common on the site of the old Goodfellow School and will provide luxury residential care for local people.