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Richmond Painswick lunch at William's Oyster Bar

3rd February 2014

Richmond Painswick lunch at William's Oyster Bar

William’s Oyster Bar, in Nailsworth. 

Residents will have the opportunity to enjoy freshly shucked Oysters, Langoustines or freshly prepared fish. The menu of around twenty two dishes changes daily and whilst the emphasis is on Fish and Seafood meat eaters and Vegetarians are well catered for.

 Please note this Restaurant is not suitable for wheelchair users and the toilets are situated upstairs.

Transport departs at 12noon.  Residents will need to book at Reception


Flower Arranging with Katherine Kear at Painswick

5th February 2014

Flower Arranging with Katherine Kear at Painswick

Katherine Kear will be holding this month's flower arranging class in the Auditorium on Wednesday 5 February 10am - 11.30am

 

Please book your place at Reception by Monday 3 Feb £5 pp


Open Day at Richmond Bede Village

6th February 2014

Open Day at Richmond Bede Village

Richmond Bede Retirement Village would like to invite you to visit on Thursday 6th February to view their available properties and see what services Bede Village has to offer.  

The Open Day will begin from 10.00am – 3.00pm. Bede Village will be serving refreshments throughout the day for visitors to enjoy. 

At 10.30am, Midlands Legal Services will be hosting a seminar advising on Power of Attorney, Will writing, etc. All are welcome to join us. 

For further information, please call Richmond Bede Village on 024 76645544.

 

 


Poetry Group at Richmond Painswick

6th February 2014

Poetry Group at Richmond Painswick

Thursday 6 February

Poetry Group takes place in the Cafe at 2.30pm.  Bring along your favourite poems to share or simply come along and enjoy listening to others.


'Ramp up the Red' at Richmond Painswick

7th February 2014

'Ramp up the Red' at Richmond Painswick

Once again Richmond will be fundraising for the British Heart Foundation's "Ramp up the Red" day on Friday 7 February.

All Staff, Residents and visitors to Richmond are invited to wear Red, pay £1 at Reception and receive a raffle ticket to be drawn at afternoon tea later that day.

At 3pm in the Auditorium we will have afternoon tea, music and a The 'Big BHF Red Heart Quiz' £1pp

All money raised will go to the British Heart Foundation 

 


As red as you dare at Bede Village!

7th February 2014

As red as you dare at Bede Village!

We'd like to invite you to go as red as you dare to help fight heart disease - have fun and raise money for life saving research.

Please join us on Friday 7th February, wear red and donate £1 for this worthy cause!

For more details, callus now on 024 76645544.


It's Pantomime time as Cinderella comes to Richmond Nantwich

8th February 2014

It's Pantomime time as Cinderella comes to Richmond Nantwich

This year Cinderella be visiting Richmond Nantwich on Saturday 8th February as it stages its seasonal pantomime.

The annual production, now in its tenth year, is a sell out at each performance and tickets are available to purchase for the two shows from this Saturday 18th January from Reception or by telephoning 01270 629080.

A lot of hard work goes into the show and staff, relatives and friends rehearse from early October to make sure they are "alright on the night".

Previous productions have included Aladdin, Jack and the Beanstalk and The Wizard of Oz all of which have been a resounding success. Make sure you buy your ticket early!


Painswick outing to see the Snowdrops

10th February 2014

Painswick outing to see the Snowdrops

Monday 10 February departing at 11.30am

Painswick visit to Cotswold Farm, it is open for Snowdrops on Sunday 9 February & Monday 10 February 2014 from 11:00 A.M. – 3:00 P.M. in aid of COBALT Unit Appeal Fund. The garden will also be open on the following Mondays – 17 February and 24 February from 11:00 A.M. – 3:00 P.M. Soup Lunches, Tea and Bulbs for Sale Entrance – £ 5.00 Adult   Children FREE

Residents can book at Reception

Cotswold Farm, Duntisbourne Abbots
nr. Cirencester
Gloucestershire
GL7 7JS

Phone: 01285 821857
Email: iona@cotswoldfarmgardens.org.uk


Mill Stream Mews – Richmond Letcombe Regis

11th February 2014

Mill Stream Mews – Richmond Letcombe Regis

Deposits now taken on all 6 apartments

We are pleased to say that within 2 weeks of launching Mill Stream Mews we have already taken reservation deposits on all 6 of the new apartments.

Senior Village Adviser, Mark Young said “We had such a great response to our launch of Mill Stream Mews and I’m sure the fantastic location has motivated our purchasers to secure one of these apartments even though they are not due to be ready until the end of 2014 however, we do have a lovely 1 bedroom resale apartment which is ready for immediate occupation so hopefully this will appeal to somebody who is ready to move straight away”.

Located within the village’s 36 acre grounds, this secluded and private mews of six properties is close to the village centre and all the activities located there. The apartments have been designed to incorporate the highest standards of construction and quality of finish, and include features such as ergonomically designed kitchens and walk-in showers, with comfort and convenience considered throughout.

Construction on Mill Stream Mews commenced in January 2014 with anticipated completion late 2014.

For more information call the Village Advisers on 01235 773970.


Quiz Night at Richmond Northampton

12th February 2014

Quiz Night at Richmond Northampton

Richmond Northampton hold a regular Quiz Night on the second Wednesday of every month.

Starting at 5.00pm for pre- quiz drinks at the village restaurant bar.

Quiz Starting at 5:30pm with six rounds of general knowledge questions.

Hot Buffet served at 6:30pm.

 


Knit a Square at Richmond Painswick

12th February 2014

 

The ‘Knit and Natter’ Group in the Care Home recently received a lovely letter from ‘knit a square’, a charity working in South Africa helping make vulnerable children warm . Last year we sent some little jumpers for premature babies, knitted by residents with the help of volunteer Barbara who gives up her time to attend Knit and Natter each week. This February we are calling on ALL residents/staff who can knit to give up some time to knit a square. These will be sent over to South Africa and made into blankets for vulnerable or orphaned children. Squares must be 20 x 20cm (8x8in), they can be fancy or simple. Each blanket uses 35 squares!. All knitting equipment can be provided at knit and natter sessions so you just need to turn up and ‘knit a square’.

Knit and Natter is held in the Care Home every Wednesday at 2.30pm

 


At 82 Richmond Nantwich's Driver finally retires!

13th February 2014

At 82 Richmond Nantwich's Driver finally retires!

Residents and staff said a very fond farewell to Village
Driver, Bryan Burchell on Friday 7th February as he finally retired
from Richmond Village Nantwich.

At 82 years old, Bryan clocked up an impressive 17 years at
Richmond Nantwich, but his time at the Village is not over yet as he also owns
an Apartment where he lives with his wife Maru. Indeed, it was whilst working
as the Village’s Project Manager as it was being built that Bryan decided he
would like to make it his home as well as his workplace!

Village Manager Lynne Griffin presented Bryan with a hamper
on behalf of Richmond Villages and also over £400 which had been collected by
staff and grateful residents for all his kindness and hard work over the years.

“Bryan will be missed “Lynne remarked, “It will be strange
after such a long time, to not see him driving the Richmond vehicles around the
town or catch him doing his favourite crossword when he had a few minutes
spare.”

Village Advisor Nicola Tooke added “We will miss Bryan and
we all hope that he can now enjoy his retirement, and maybe get the chance to
finish a crossword at his leisure!”


Afternoon Tea at Caroline Chisholm School

14th February 2014

Afternoon Tea at Caroline Chisholm School

Richmond Northampton Residents today are in for a Valentine’s day treat.

We have been invited by the local Secondary School "Caroline Chisholm" for afternoon Tea provided by the GCSE Hospitality students as part of their exams.

We will also be entertained by the Dance, Drama and Music Students also taking their GCSE exams.

Residents are booking spaces with reception and at this rate we will have to pull names out of a hat to decide who is going.


Painswick Stroke Club at Richmond Village

18th February 2014

Painswick Stroke Club at Richmond Village

Painswick Stroke Association meet in the Auditorium at Richmond Painswick

Many people who’ve been affected by stroke find help and support from others who have had similar experiences. Local stroke support clubs and groups offer invaluable peer and social support. Through regular meetings and a programme of activities, they invite people to come together, share experiences, regain confidence, relearn skills, and try out new things.

Stroke support clubs and groups are usually run by volunteers. They meet in a variety of places but aim to provide parking facilities, be wheelchair accessible and have space for activities. Refreshments are always available. They rely on donations and fundraising to fund their activities.

There are over 500 clubs and groups supporting people affected by stroke across the UK. Most are independent stroke charities with many choosing to affiliate to the Stroke Association. Lots are Stroke Association Voluntary Groups run by our volunteers as part of the Stroke Association’s Life After Stroke model.

Penultimate Tuesday of each month 2:00pm to 4:00pm at Richmond Painswick Auditorium

Contact details

Louise Read, Gloucestershire Stroke Peer Group Support Service
01452 520723

Email address

louise.read@stroke.org.uk


Painswick Pub Lunch at The Royal Oak at Leighterton

21st February 2014

Painswick Pub Lunch at The Royal Oak at Leighterton

 

Friday 21 February

12 noon Depart - Pub Lunch at The Royal Oak at Leighterton

 

Beautifully made classic dishes with an emphasis on simplicity: that’s the

Royal Oak philosophy. From casual bar meals like beef burgers and seasonal pies to the  

full a la carte menu, every dish is homemade and cooked to order. Their aim is to provide  

a 'best in class' restaurant in Tetbury.

 

Please book your place at Reception

 


Painswick Trip to the Local Playhouse to see Sherlock Holmes

21st February 2014

Painswick Trip to the Local Playhouse to see Sherlock Holmes

 

 

Friday 21 February

 

6.45pm Depart to The Cotswold Playhouse

 

Residents can enjoy a visit to the Cotswold Playhouse to see  ‘ The Singular Exploits of Sherlock Holmes’

 

This show features the great detective recounting highlights of his crime-busting career. It also includes autobiographical snippets and an opportunity for the audience to ask the sleuth questions concerning his life and times, the adversaries he has faced and mysteries he has solved.

£8 pp - Please book at Reception

 


Richmond Nantwich to host Community Awards

22nd February 2014

Richmond Nantwich to host Community Awards

Richmond Nantwich are delighted to be hosting the third Annual Cat Community Awards which this year will be held on Saturday 22nd February.

The Awards recognise people who make a difference to the local community and who are often un-sung heroes. Nominations were received at the end of last year and a panel of independent judges had the difficult task of deciding this year's winners.

Previous winners include Olwyn Payton from Sainsburys whose charity and voluntary work was recognised when she won Comminuty Champion of the Year.


'Tyntesfield' Talk by the National Trust at Richmond Painswick

24th February 2014

'Tyntesfield' Talk by the National Trust at Richmond Painswick

Monday 24 February

3pm Auditorium

Join Peter Riley from The National Trust for his talk on ‘Tyntesfield’ .

Tyntesfield was saved as a result of an appeal by National Trust in 2002, when it was announced that Lord Wraxall’s estate and house had been put on the market and the contents were to be sold by public auction. It was regarded as the last major High Victorian house and estate in private hands to have survived in a largely unaltered state and still with much of its original furnishings.

 

For further information on the National Trust visit their website www.nationaltrust.org.uk

 


Letcombe Regis enters Care Home Idol 2013/4

27th February 2014

For those of you that haven't heard of it - carehome.co.uk are holding a national competition called Care Home Idol 2013/4.  All Care Homes in the UK can enter a video performance online for the public to vote!  The most votes win!

 

At Richmond Letcombe Regis we have entered our rendition of New York, New York.  Our very talented tap dancers and residents within our village put on a wonderful performance.

 

Please go to http://www.carehome.co.uk/idol/idol.cfm/id/114 to watch the performance and vote for us.

 

'Start spreading the news...'


Day Trips at Richmond Northampton

28th February 2014

Richmond Northampton have Regular Day trips to local places of Interest. This Month we are visiting the following places –

Milton Keynes Shopping Centre – Friday 6th February

Afternoon Tea at Caroline Chisholm School – Friday 14thFebruary

Huntingdon Garden and Leisure Centre – Friday 21st February

Wyevale Garden Centre and Waitrose – Friday 28th February

Residents are free to book at Reception anytime. 



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