Our winter barbecue was great fun; it was a really sunny day for February. We put up the gazebo, decorated it with fairy lights and served soup and jacket potatoes to keep us all warm, along with traditional barbecue food. This was followed by hot chocolate served with cream and marshmallows or coffee served with Baileys.
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Amy embraced her role as Cook and the owners enjoy the home cooked Lunches she provides. Amy has plans to take part in cooking for an Italian night at a social event, we can’t wait!
Many thanks to Frank Luff for organising the fish and chip supper that has become a firm favourite at Holmesdale Manor. The event always has a good attendance and I’m sure Frank is one of Raffles Bridge fish and chip shops' favourite customers!
What better way to start 2019 than with our traditional Burns Night at Brompton Court. It was the best yet! Owners ate, sang and drank to the best of Scottish tradition. Thank you to fellow resident Gordon Duff who was our Chieftain and to our piper, Jim. Thank you to David Walsh our singer/pianist who set the perfect tone to this delightful evening... 'You take the high road and I’ll take the low’…
Montrose hosted their annual fish and chip supper night in aid of the Royal National Lifeboat Institute this weekend. Owners gathered in the dining room to tuck into their dinners before enjoying new movie ‘Oceans Eight’ on the big screen with an ice cream.
The Social group has organised excursions into Wales over the summer, and plans for charity coffee mornings, craft days and film nights are under way. Who said retirement was a time for relaxing?
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The Worcester Ukulele Bank played at Eastbank Court on 24th January, which proved to be very popular and a great success. You will see by the photographs that everyone had an enjoyable time.
The Social Committee arranged a trip to the Pantomime on 26th January to see Jack and the Beanstalk which was thoroughly enjoyed by all.
At Eastbank Court, the residents enjoy many other activities which include coffee mornings, afternoon tea, 'Knit and Natter', and keyboard club. They also get to have a sing along with Pat Dorman, who comes in to play the piano once a month.
Browning Court celebrated Chinese New Year in style with a Chinese Banquet, Chopsticks, Chinese Lanterns & Fortune Cookies. The banquet was followed by Brandy Baskets filled with Vanilla Ice cream. In addition, Alexa kept us amused by playing Traditional Chinese Music.