Some of the Residents of Richmond Painswick will be off to watch the Gloucester v Newcastle game at Kingsholm stadium on Saturday 2 April.
Back by popular demand, Lynne is returning to Richmond Letcombe Regis, this time with a selection of spring and summer accessories. She will be setting up her stall in the reception area. Come along and see the latest styles to match your summer outfits.
For further details or if you would like to visit Richmond Letcombe Regis, please contact us on 01235 773970.
Richmond Nantwich was proud to recently host the first speed networking event to be held by The South Cheshire Chamber of Commerce.
Over 20 local delagates from businesses all over South Cheshire attended, enjoying a full English Breakfast and then going on to "Speed Network" - similar to speed dating but without the dating!
Everyone agreed that it had been a thoroughly enjoyable and productive way to network!
Residents and Staff have been amazed at the sight of a new resident strutting about the gardens.A duck has made its nest amongst the rhodedendron bushes on the patio and is now the focus of attention as it looks after 12 eggs! Despite the pond being on the other side of the Village, it prefers to sit amongst the flowers watching the world go by - oh, and the odd game of Bowls on the Bowling Green a few feet away! No doubt we will be hearing the patter of tiny feet very soon!
After a supper of Beef Bourguignon (or a vegetarian option) and crème brûlée, we shall be delighted to welcome Bill Fuller, a local historian and artist, who will be giving a talk about Letcombe Regis and its fascinating history. Tickets for the evening are £15.95.
If you would like to come to the Supper Club, please book with our Hospitality team on 01235 774577.
For other enquiries, please contact us on 01235 773970.
Richmond Nantwich and local radio station CAT radio recently launched an Easter Egg Appeal to provide a treat for under privaleged children in the area over the Easter period.
Eggs have been pouring in to both Richmond Village Reception and the Cat Radio and today 80 eggs are being delivered for distribution by local services.
Everyone is delighted at the amount that has been received but would welcome more if possible!
Contact Richmond Nantwich on 01270 629080 for more information.
Enter the Royal Wedding Cake Competition
This could be a conventional wedding cake or with a modern twist, such as cupcakes.
All you have to do is submit:
- A high res photo (minimum size of 1MB) of your finished cake
- A series of photos that illustrates the participation of your residents assisting the chef to make the cake
- Your recipe
- A short description of the theme chosen to decorate your cake.
By: Thursday 14th April 2011.
Prizes for our care centres, villages and hospitals will be:
1st 2 Cases of Champagne to help you celebrate
2nd 2 Cases of sparkling wine to help you celebrate
3rd 1 Case of Red and 1 Case of white wine to help you celebrate
Prizes for diverse service homes will be:
1st £150 of M&S Food Vouchers
2nd £100 of M&S Food Vouchers
3rd £75 of M&S Food Vouchers
We shall be holding a plant sale by the Cafe at the entrance to Richmond Letcombe Regis. There will be a selection of bedding plants, vegetable plants and flowers - so come along and let us help you get your garden ready for summer.
We would like to invite you to an Open Day at Richmond Northampton on Saturday 16th April, 10am – 5pm.
Throughout the day there will be the chance to view the Village, find out more about the wonderful facilities here and the chance to meet the residents to find out how wonderful retirement living at Richmond Northampton really is!
We currently have Independent Apartments and Assisted Living Apartments for sale
Activities on the day will be –
Sherry/Coffee morning 10:30am – Yellow Lounge
Restaurant Lunch / light refreshments 12-2pm
Line Dancing 2:30pm – Restaurant
Afternoon Tea 4pm – Restaurant/Coffee Shop
If you are interested in visiting us on the day please call and book a time slot for a village tour on 01604 432600
Howard, a regular visitor to the Richmond Villages, will be bringing his wide range of jewellery delights to sell in the Auditorium on 17 April at 10.30. Why not come along for a browse and maybe treat yourself to something new for the Spring!
For more information please contact reception on 01452 813902
At the Have Your Say meetings our residents and local villagers can meet our local Neighbourhood Policing team over a cup of coffee and discuss any questions and issues.
If you would like more information about Richmond Letcombe Regis, or would like to arrange a visit, please contact us on (01235) 773970.
Richard Cann will be delivering a talk entitled ‘A look at Stained Glass’. It is an introduction to the incorporation, use and making of glass in medieval church architecture. He will also be showing a short video on the making of a stained glass window. Richard will be in the Auditorium on 19 April at 3pm followed by afternoon tea.
For further information please contact Jay/Catherine at Richmond Painswick on 01452 813902 ext 224
During afternoon tea, Sally Wallington from the Letcombe Brook Project will be visiting to give us an update and the latest information.
The Letcombe Brook Project was set up in April 2003 to enhance and protect the natural beauty of the brook, a rare chalk stream, located within the grounds at Richmond Letcombe Regis. By working in partnership with local people and a variety of organisations, the Project has brought about positive environmental benefits for wildlife and helped people to enjoy and appreciate the brook.
If you would like to join us for this event or would like to arrange a visit to Richmond Letcombe Regis, please contact us on 01235 773970.
On 20 April, local floral supplier, Crazy Daisy, will be here to demonstrate the creative art of flower arranging. Non residents are welcome to attend at a cost of £11.95 per session. The class starts at 3pm in the Auditorium. For further details or to book a place, please call Jay or Catherine as soon as possible to secure a place on 01452 813902.
Following a successful evening in February when musician Lee Knott crooned along to music from the 1940’s, we have invited him back on 21 April for an evening of live entertainment from the musicals. Tickets to non residents are £5 and can be booked through our reception on 01452 813902
The evening starts at 7pm and refreshments will be available for purchase.
The care wing at Richmond Painswick is getting ready for an Easter party to be held on 21 April starting at 3pm. We are encouraging relatives and visitors to get involved. In the lead up to the event, residents will be getting crafty making Easter bonnets and they will be judged by the Village Manager that afternoon.
Optimum Mobility of Malmesbury will be visiting Painswick on Tuesday 26 April for afternoon tea.
They will be on hand displaying and demonstrating the mobility equipment they have for sale for those who are interested. Everyone is welcome, afternoon tea will start at 3.30pm and Optimum Mobility will be here in the Auditorium until 5pm.
For further details please call Reception on 01452 813902
Mark Kelland's weekly Art Class returns on Wednesday 27 April until Wednesday 6 July.
The course will be held in the Auditorium 10 - 12.30 with refreshments provided.
The cost is £63 to residents £90 to non residents and price includes materials. Booking is essential, so for further information or to book your place on this popular course, please contact Reception on 01452 813902
Richmond Northampton are busy preparing for the Royal Wedding!
Residents are eagerly awaiting the Royal Wedding on Friday 29th April 2011.
Activities for the day include watching the Royal Wedding on a 80inch screen followed by a Grand Royal Themed Buffet for both Village residents and our care home community.
Village residents will also be show casing their new Barber shop quartet after lunch!
The care home will be celebrating also with the Grand Royal Buffet and a street party up and down the corridors!
The day will end with a traditional afternoon tea.
Competitions on the day will be –
The Royal Wedding cake Competition
Royal Wedding Raffle
Royal Wedding Quiz
If you would like to take part please call Christopher on 01604 432635.
To celebrate the Royal Wedding, residents will be able to watch the festivities in the Auditorium from 10am followed by ‘A Right Royal Affair’ themed lunch in the restaurant at a cost of £19.95 for non residents. Early booking is essential. We will also be planting a cherry blossom tree to mark this special occasion with a Royal afternoon tea.
For further details or to book a table, please contact us on 01452 813902
Richmond Northampton recently won the 2010 New Homes Garden Award.
Richmond Northampton was proud to be presented with a Gold for Best Landscaped Retirement Development' award by the Daily Express.
Nick Ives our Head Gardener was very happy to be nominated and was overjoyed when he heard the news that he had won! Well done Nick for all your hard work!
Paddy Brice Managing Director for Richmond Villages said” 'Gardens are an important part of a Richmond Village and to win such a prestigious award as this is proof. The award recognises all the hard work Nick Ives has put in to create such fantastic gardens for our residents”
If you would like to visit the village please contact a Village Advisor on 01604 432600
Richmond Nantwich is planning a huge street party on Saturday 30th April to celebrate the Royal Wedding. All things British will be present to really set the mood for the afternoon including party food, bunting, flags and a theme of red, white and blue.
The Co-op Brass Band will also be here together with our local radio station "CAT RADIO" who will be bringing along their roadshow and also a swing singer.
Guests are very welcome and tickets will be £6. For more information please telephone Reception on 01270 629080 and ask for Nicola or Alison.
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