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17th December 2017

Follow us on Social Media

You can now follow Richmond Bede Village on Twitter and Facebook.

To find us on Twitter simply search - @RVCov

To find us on Facebook simply search - Richmond Villages Bede

Keep up to date with all activities and events that take place at the village.  We look forward to hearing from you soon. For more information, please call us on 024 76645544. 


Do you, or a loved one, need a break during the festive period?

19th December 2017

Do you, or a loved one, need a break during the festive period?

Do you, or a loved one, need a break during the festive period?

Convalescent & Respite Care is now available within our Care Home.

In addition to permanent stays, Richmond Village is also able to offer vital short-term respite care. Whether you care for a relative or partner, or are in need of short-term care yourself, taking a break from your usual routine can do wonders for you.

The Care Home is registered and inspected by the Care Quality Commission (CQC). We provide long and short stay nursing care as well as palliative care, provided by qualified nursing and care staff who are on site 24 hours a day.

Each of the 47 rooms boats en-suite facilities, a profiling bed, TV, and 24-hour call system.

For more information, please call us on 024 76645544. 


Santa Claus is Coming to Aston onTrent

21st December 2017

Santa Claus is Coming to Aston onTrent

Santa is Coming to Town!!

Everyone is welcome to Richmond Village Aston on Trent to meet Santa Claus who will be here from the 19th to 21st December between 3.30pm - 5.30pm

Booking is essential  - Please call us on 01332 794300

We look forward to seeing you! Ho! Ho! Ho!


Happy Couple Celebrate 75th Wedding Anniversary

31st December 2017

Happy Couple Celebrate 75th Wedding Anniversary

It was smiles and good wishes all round as friends and family joined Victor and Dorothy Noble in celebration of their 75th Wedding Anniversary at a party held at their home at Richmond Retirement Village Aston on Trent.

Villager Manager Joanne Wilson, who was joined by staff and residents said "We are honoured and delighted to be spending this very special occasion with you, and wish you many more happy years here with us". To make it extra special even HRH Queen Elizabeth sent a card congratulating the couple.

The couple met in Heaton Park in Manchester in September 1939 where Victor spotted Dorothy sitting on a bench reading a book "I simply said hello" said Victor "and offered to walk her to the park gates where I plucked up the courage to ask her out the following day. Our first date was to watch the Halle Orchestra in Manchester the following afternoon. The concert halls were all closed during the evening because of the war and I can remember as we walked together we had to carry our gas masks with us!" Dorothy added "We met on September 15th 1939, got engaged at my mum’s house on 1st November 1941 and were married November 6th 1942 at Salford registry office. Our first baby, Thea was born in November 1943 followed by Peter in 1946, Patrick in 1949 and young David in 1952"

Both served their country during the war before Victor’s career as an engineer took them to Cairo for 3 years.

Victor played tribute to his wife saying that "After 75 years together, each day just gets better!"






Holiday Retreats

31st December 2017

Holiday Retreats

Sometimes the prospect of a holiday at a conventional hotel isn't quite what you need. With a holiday at Richmond Village Aston on Trent you can relax in style in luxurious surroundings with the peace of mind that we have our own care team 24 hours a day.

Our large retreat suites compromise of beautiful living dining room, a spacious twin bedroom with an en suite wet room. A kitchenette stocked with tea, coffee milk and breakfast daily  - or if you prefer you can enjoy a full English breakfast in our restaurant.

At Aston on Trent we have unrivalled facilities including our Wellness Spa, swimming pool, sauna, steam room and  hydro therapy pool. Or why not pamper yourself with a hair or beauty treatment?.

Join in with our weekly activities, or relax with a book from our library, or in our stunning garden surroundings.

Choose from a full board or half board options.

For a brochure or further details please contact the Village Advisers on 01332 794300


Afternoon tea at Richmond Nantwich

31st December 2017

Afternoon tea at Richmond Nantwich

Residents and staff were treated to a wonderful afternoon recently as staff from nearby Rookery Hotel & Spa brought along afternoon tea for them to enjoy.

General Manager Martinus Louwerse was on hand to offer the delicious treats to residents who declared it all “Absolutely delicious!” whilst staff and visitors also sampled the cakes on offer.

Village Manager Lynne Griffin remarked “This is such a lovely gesture by Mart and his team at Rookery Hall and we all hope that they will come to visit us again very soon” with Resident Pauline Sherriff adding “The scones were particularly tasty; especially as they were served with jam and
cream”.

The final verdict was from a very young visitor who simply said “Yum!”


Richmond Nantwich named Best Retirement Village in UK

31st December 2017

Richmond Nantwich named Best Retirement Village in UK

Richmond Village Nantwich has won national recognition at a prestigious Care Industry Awards Ceremony.

 The Village beat off strong opposition to be crowned Retirement Village of the Year at the first Caring UK Awards.

The awards, organised by Script Events and leading industry publication Caring UK, with support from headline sponsor Clydesdale/Yorkshire Bank, recognise excellence, innovation and achievement in all corners of the industry. Awards were presented in 16 categories at a glittering ceremony at The National Railway Museum in York, attended by over 400 care industry professionals and hosted by Health and well-being expert and star of the Apprentice, Katie Bulmer-Cooke.

To come out on top, the Village went through a rigorous assessment process, which involved a site visit by a member of the awards' team who toured the facility, chatted to residents and staff and examined all areas of the business from CQC reports to dignity within care.

Detailed reports were then compiled and passed on to an expert judging panel, which included, Professor Martin Green OBE of Care England, Nadra Ahmed OBE DL, of the National Care
Association, Raj Kapoor of Alzheimer's Society and Industy Expert, John Kennedy, who decided the winners in each category from the shortlists.

Caring UK Awards Event Director Judith Halkerston said: “All our winners have had an arduous journey to this point – the standard of entries was overwhelming and every facility that walked
away with an award should be extremely proud.”

"Our awards’ night was an amazing celebration of the caring industry as a whole – it was lovely to see everyone having such a great time and receiving the recognition that they rightly deserve.”

Richmond Nantwich Manager, Lynne Griffin added “We are so very proud to win this award. I am delighted that it can be shared with all of our staff and residents as it each and every single
person that makes the Village such a great place to live and work.”


Grand Opening at Richmond Nantwich

31st December 2017

Grand Opening at Richmond Nantwich

Staff & Directors from Richmond Villages were joined on Saturday by nearly 100 residents and invited guests to celebrate the Official Grand Opening of the Garden Room following the completion of an ambitious period of building work which included added balconies and outside patio areas to many of the rooms in the Care Home.

The Worshipful The Mayor of The Borough of Cheshire East, Cllr Arthur Moran arrived
accompanied by Mayoress Mrs Carole Thomas whilst the Mayor of Nantwich Cllr Penny Butterill was accompanied by her husband Doug. They were joined by Cheshire East & Nantwich Councillor Andrew Martin and his wife Linda together with Willaston Parish Councillor Wayne Lewis. Other invited guests included representatives of the Nantwich Branch of the Royal British Legion, Nantwich Players, Hall Smith Whittingham and Sainsburys who kindly donated the raffle prize of a luxurious hamper raising over £200 for St Luke’s on the
night.

Guests enjoyed a delicious buffet during which the waiters suddenly burst into song!
“Waiters Incognito” then went on to entertain the guests for the rest of the evening before a spectacular Firework Display courtesy of Blitz Fireworks.

The evening speeches by Cllr Moran and Village Manager Lynne Griffin emphasised the strong
community links that Richmond Nantwich enjoys with Lynne remarking that “The Village now has a wonderful space that we all hope will be used by both residents and the local community alike” with Cllr Moran then going on to declare the new room officially open adding “ Richmond has such strong ties with the local community which is very much appreciated by all.”


An evening of Sequence Dancing with Mr Alan Culshaw

20th January 2018

An evening of Sequence Dancing with Mr Alan Culshaw

Join us between 7pm and 9pm we are delighted to be holding our first Sequence Dance hosted by Mr Alan Culshaw. Come along to see the beautiful new Garden Room and enjoy an evening of socialising and dancing with refreshments available. For more information contact Jane-Ann Stubbs on 01270 629080 and do it quick, quick, slow - No! - QUICK


Consider a relaxing break at Richmond Bede Village

21st January 2018

Consider a relaxing break at Richmond Bede Village

We all need a break...

WOULDN’T IT BE NICE TO FIND A HOLIDAY LOCATION FREE OF STRESS, AND ABLE TO PROVIDE THAT LITTLE BIT OF EXTRA SUPPORT NEEDED?

Sometimes the prospect of a holiday at a conventional hotel just isn’t quite suitable. The difference with Richmond Retreats is the reassurance that we have a care team on site 24 hours a day who can provide bespoke care packages by prior arrangement.

To find out more about our site in Warwickshire, please call them on 024 76645544.