The trade magazine, Care Home Catering, recently visited Richmond Letcombe Regis and I guess you could say it wasn't what they were used to! The journalist likened the village to a luxury hotel and was very complimentary about our Head of Hospitality, Paul Welch. To read the whole article download the PDF below.
Friday 4 July
Back by popular demand, singers, from the Wynstones School will be singing for Residents in the Auditorium.
Wynstones encourage singing from the young age of seven and with a varied repertoire, singing in harmony, they will perform acappella for all to enjoy. Please join them with afternoon tea to follow.
Richmond Nantwich are delighted to be opening their doors for an
Open Day with a difference.
Saturday 5th July will be the Village's third Open Day and this
year there will be a distinct American theme throughout the whole event.
The day starts at 12pm and includes a chance to look around the
Village whilst enjoying the Annual Summer Fayre and Charity Balloon Race; which
this year is in aid of Cancer Research. The Fayre features stalls selling handmade
gifts, treats, food and jewellery plus a Punch & Judy show for the children
(or young at heart!). Plus CAT radio will be broadcasting live throughout the day.
The balloons will be released from The Bowling Green at 3.30pm
which is a spectacular sight; last year over 500 took to the skies with the
furthest being found in France!
Everyone will then have a chance to relax and refuel with a
delicious Hog Roast before the evening starts with a huge "Yee Hah"
as we host a Barn Dance with professional Ceilidh Band & Caller "The
Acme Band". Everyone is welcome, whether to join in or to watch! The whole
day is free, all you need to do is pay for food and any refreshments you may
If you would like to come to the Open Day, or join us for a fantastic
evening at the Barn Dance, please contact either Nicola or Alison on 01270
Richmond Village Nantwich held its annual Summer Fayre
recently when over 450 balloons were released into the sky in aid of Cancer
Research. Craft and gift stalls donated a prize for the raffle which helped to
boost the total raised to nearly £1500. An evening of good food and
entertainment followed with guests, including Nantwich Town Mayor Christine
Farrall and her consort David, enjoying a hog roast before barn dancing with
The Acme Band and professional caller Norma.
Debbie Mercandelli, Hospitality Manager remarked “It has
been a busy, but thoroughly enjoyable day which we have all thoroughly
Nicola Tooke, Village Advisor added “We are thrilled at the
success of the day and also that both Cllr Farrall and guests from Crewe Senior
Forum came along to “Do-zi-Doh with their partners. We would like to say a huge
Last month, Richmond Village opened its door to the neighbours and asked them to come along to a charity tea party, in aid of Marie Curie Cancer Care.
The event was based within the Care Centre following a Willy Wonka theme. As part of the day, to help raise money for the worthy cause, they had a stilt walking entertainer, strawberry teas, and tombolla!
Louise Smith, Activities Manager at Richmond Village said “Whilst we do primarily provide residential and care services for older people our residents do play an active part in the local community. So we invited people of all ages to pop in and join us for what is after all a British tradition, afternoon tea. The afternoon was a great; we would like to thank everyone for their support”.
Yesterday, Richmond Village were able to present £250 to Lynn Wood from Marie Curie Cancer Care.
Richmond Village Letcombe Regis holding a World War 1 Centenary Remembrance Day
On Friday August 8th at 3.00pm – 5.00pm in our Restaurant and everyone is welcome to come along to join us on this very special Remembrance Day
Holding Holy Communion at Richmond Letcombe Regis on Thursday 14 August 2.30pm in the Purple Lounge on our care wing Maple
Richmond Letcombe Regis open their doors to Letcombe Regis residents to come along to come together to take communion.
Richmond Letcombe Regis Wellness Spa
NEW Zumba Fitness Class for the over 30's.
It’s easy to do, effective and totally exhilarating. You do not need to be a dancer, or have any dance experience.
The only thing you have to do is keep moving!
Wednesdays and Fridays at 6:00pm
(Please call to book your place) by calling Tel:01235 774 575
Richmond Letcombe Regis Wellness Spa
NEW Social Networking Site
Twitter is our new social networking service that
enables users to receive our “tweets”; notifications, offers and much more.
All you need to do is follow us: @WellnesspaLR
join us on facebook: Richmond Letcombe Regis Wellnesspa.
On Saturday 26th July we will host our "Annual Summer Fayre" starting at 10am in the Village Centre. This will give everyone an opportunity to view our village apartments and facilities as well as the added bonus of a summer fayre. There will be various activities and attractions during the day including a Bouncy Castle, raffle and tombola and stalls selling homemade food and gifts.
The day will be very busy and we hope the weather will be nice enough to finish the day with Afternoon Tea on the Village Green finishing at 4.00pm.
If you would like to visit the village to view our apartments and care facilities please call 01604 432602 and speak to Claire or Val our Village Advisers
The Lodge Garden Café at Richmond Letcombe Regis is now serving Summer Afternoon Teas for 2 and Cream Teas
Why not come and try us out for yourself and bring your family to enjoy a lovely cup of tea, scones with cream and jam, finger sandwiches and dainty cakes.
Cream Teas at The Lodge Garden Cafe - Don’t miss out there is nothing more British than afternoon tea at Richmond Letcombe Regis.
We think you’ll agree you’ve discovered a hidden gem.
Why not treat the family this weekend and book a Cream Tea at The Lodge Garden Cafe Tel: 01235 774789
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