Country Court Care Homes Care Home Open Day

Staff at one of last years Country Court care Homes Care Home Open day

Country Court Care Homes look forward to welcoming visitors on Care Home Open Day.

Care homes across the Country Court Care group are opening their doors to the local community, relatives and friends on Saturday 21st April 2018.

The idea behind the day is to encourage local people to visit care homes in their community and to work together to develop better relationships. This important connection is something that all our homes nurture through acting as a community hub.

All of the Country Court Care homes welcome visitors every day of the year, the following homes are hosting special events for Care Home Open Day 2018 including vintage themed street parties and celebrations for the Queen’s Birthday!

• London:
o Marling Court Care Home, Hampton: Open Day all day

• Lincolnshire:
o Eccleshare Court Care Home: Open Day and entertainment 3.30pm
o Neale Court Care Home, North Hykeham: Jumble Sale 10am
o Ruckland Court Care Home, Lincoln: Spring Fair & entertainment 2pm – 4pm
o Rose Lodge Care Home, Market Deeping: Street party & entertainment 2pm
o The Red House Nursing & Care Home, Stamford: Open Day all day
o St John’s Care Home, Spalding: Street party 2pm

• Hertfordshire:
o Oakview Lodge Care Home, Welwyn Garden City: Open day all day

• Cambridgeshire:
o Ferrars Hall Care Home, Huntingdon: Queen’s Birthday Tea party, afternoon
• Somerset:
o Priory Court Care Home: Open Day all day

• Sheffield:
o Norwood Grange Care Home: Open Day all day
o Belmont House Nursing Home: Open Day all day
o Abbey Grange Care Home: Open Day all day

• Birmingham:
o Heartlands Care Home, Yardley: Queen’s Birthday Tea Party, afternoon

• Bedfordshire:
o Lakeview Lodge Care Home: Queen’s Birthday Tea Party, afternoon

• Sussex:
o The Pines Care Home, Hove: Queen’s Birthday Tea Party, afternoon

“This is a great way to show the excellent services on offer and the fantastic work that goes on at all the Country Court Care homes. Some people still have misconceptions about care homes so we are keen to dispel any myths and for people to come and have a look around, meet the staff and our residents.” Said Alykhan Kachra, Managing Director of Country Court Care.