Richmond Witney would like to thank everyone who attended the recent recruitment fair. We had an over whelming response and have been delighted by the number of talented people we met over the 2 days. We are currently collating all the information we gathered and would like to encourage everyone who is interested in working for us to complete the application forms provided and return in the Freepost envelope.
The British Heart Foundation Coffee Morning
Friday 5th Feb at 11am
Richmond Villages Witney hosted a coffee morning today at (Witney Lakes Resort) in the aid of the British Heart Foundation, Wear it. Beat It. Campaign to fight for every heartbeat.
Richmond Villages Witney would like to say thank you to those of you who came along to the coffee morning and donated so generously.
Together we raised £70.29, this will go towards funding scientists across the UK who are working to beat heart and circulatory disease.
Richmond Nantwich are pleased to be holding their first Open Day this Saturday 6th February 2016.
You are invited to come and look around our available properties and see the facilities on offer.There will also be the opportunity to chat to members of staff and find out more about life at Richmond Village Nantwich.
The day starts at 10.30am and finishes at 3.30pm; our Restaurant will be Open although pre-booking is essential. There will also be delicious homemade cakes and refreshments available throughout the day.
For more information or to book a table please telephone 01270 629080.
Richmond Letcombe Regis Care Home
Richmond Letcombe Regis Care Homemanaged to scoop second place with the residents and staff’s beautifully choreographed dance to 'Singing in the Rain'.
Lucy Brooks, team leader fitness instructor at the home, said: “Looking at the previous year’s entries we decided to enter Richmond Letcombe Regis as we felt the Tap Dancing was something different. The Dance class has been running for three years now so it was really nice to showcase the residents’ talent.
“The other competitors were fab with some really fun entries. The performance was a joy for the whole village as we performed it at our National Care Home Day Tea Dance. Some of the residents were a little nervous but in true dance style my advice was to smile and no one will look at your feet.
“It’s a joy to teach the residents tap dancing. Most of them used to dance when they were children. Coming runner-up is just fabulous.”
Resident Veronica Sharley said she is determined to win next year and said: “It was a good time, good fun, good result!”
To view, Richmond Letcombe Regis Care Home’s video, go to www.carehome.co.uk/idol/idol.cfm/id/201
Richmond Witney programme of activities, it's all about having fun and laughter at Richmond Witney.