The residents at Regent Court had reason to celebrate recently as the building turned 30 on 5th October 2018. The social committee planned a buffet, special cake and entertainment for the occasion and the event was enjoyed by many. A special thanks was offered to Kingsdale for their contribution. Here’s to the next 30 years!
On Wednesday 7th November owners at Brompton Court joined us in the Great Hall for wine and cheese boards to enjoy a variety of songs and piano solos from the St George Singers. The choir came recommend by our Chairman Mr Guthrie and his wife and they did not disappoint. The singers stayed on after they had performed and enjoyed homemade cake by Mrs Guthrie with tea and coffee along with all the owners. Thank you to Suzie for organising and setting up the event with Mr & Mrs Guthrie, and to Carl, Carole and Ann who made the event happen on the day.
Owners at Brompton Court enjoyed a night inspired by the classic movie, with a morocco themed menu and wine. David Walsh, our local piano player, joined us to play to the owners as they entered into the dining room and during dinner. All owners then moved to the Great Hall for coffee and more music by David on our grand piano. Thank you to Ben and Suzie for organising the event for the owners, and to Tracy and Ann for their help on the evening running the event.
On the 24th October we said good bye to Ben our Duty Manager as he is moving on to a new opportunity. Thank you for all your hard work over the last 5 years! Ben started at Brompton as a relief Duty Manager and became a fulltime manager after 2 years. Ben went out with a bang as his last shift was the colourful Casablanca evening. Good Luck Ben.
After almost eleven years I will be leaving Pegasus Court and Lodge on 19th October.
Phil Woodward and Suzanna Shattock will be the new managers here as a job share.
I wish them, Kingsdale and the Owners all the very best wishes for the future.
This weekend Montrose Court have celebrated Marion Ferguson’s 80th birthday with a whole host of festivities. We began with a party for friends and family, enjoyed live music, table magic and a buffet. Owners and visitors danced the night away and had a wonderful evening. Sunday morning left little time for recovery as we enjoyed morning coffee and cake followed by Sunday lunch for 25. Marion’s daughter Lorna gave a beautiful speech and it was fitting to toast Marion with champagne for everyone. To round off the weekend, the whole court was invited to enjoy music and dancing from a live Ukulele band. It was a wonderful weekend for a wonderful lady and we look forward to hosting many more celebrations soon!