PARTY TIME AT BURNTWOOD HALL

We have had a smashing time over Christmas and the New Year here at Burntwood Hall.
Our festivities began with our well known Christmas parties; we had two parties this year so twice the fun and laughter! Our first party this year kicked off with the fabulous Peter Piper singing tunes from the past and a few Christmas songs. Residents and staff sang along, clapping, laughing and enjoying the show. Then it was time for the party food lots of sandwiches, mince pies and the very delicious trifle
Party two was next on our agenda and our entertainment was provided by the lovely Charlotte Rose Singing a wonderful array of Christmas songs getting everyone up and singing. More gorgeous party food was consumed by everyone.
Our residents enjoyed a lovely home cooked dinner on Christmas day with all the trimmings lots of full bellies! And of course the obligatory afternoon snooze!
With the festivities over for another year, we are now on to planning the next few months’ activities, and look forward to seeing lots of you join us again.
Just a reminder that we hold coffee morning every Tuesday at 10.30am everyone welcome.
All that’s left to say is a very big thank you from everyone at Burntwood for your continued support.

Latest News

Belmont Newsletter – June

June saw road trips, around the beautiful countryside with nice lunches, fabulous singing from Heather of Aphrodite, Birthdays and some very kind donations to help us all get out and appreciate this wonderful weather. Click and read more in our monthly...

read more

Bonchester June Newsletter

There has been so much going on at Bonchester this past couple of months with the Therapy Pony’s making a return visit which everyone was very excited about. Residents are enjoying our weekly Fit Borders sessions which are great for health and wellbeing and especially...

read more

NEW SENSORY GARDEN FOR CARE HOME

NEW SENSORY GARDEN FOR CARE HOME A Chilton Care home for the elderly has fought back following a burglary last year which saw jewellery and military medals belonging to residents taken (see News article). Outraged by the theft local residents rallied around and...

read more