September Newsletter


Activities with Angie

Residents' activities with AngieSince joining the activities team, Angie has been busy adding some new sessions to the already varied activities list. In August she held her first ‘Reminiscence session’ to help evoke memories. She also had a ‘News of the day’ session, where residents joined her with their papers to discuss topical stories. However, the most popular session so far seems to have been the Quiz that she held, with resident’s enjoying a celebratory sherry at the end to toast their very good general knowledge.

Stepping out with Carers

We are sponsoring a scenic walk for carers & the people they care for, guided by the Ramblers, on Thurs 13 Sept at St Pauls Walden Bury. We will be taking some residents to enjoy the walk, which finishes with a social lunch and is suitable for those less agile or in wheelchairs. KHM Recruitment are also supporting us, making it their charity of the month. For more info please visit

Essex & Herts Air Ambulance Charity Day

Essex & Herts Air AmbulanceWe are delighted to once again sponsor Barkway Golf Club’s Charity Day on Fri 5 October in aid of Herts Air Ambulance.

Christina Ryan joins the team

We are delighted to announce that Christina will be joining Margaret House as our new Registered Manager from Monday 3 September. Christina brings with her a wealth of experience in the Care Sector and is very excited to be taking up her new position with us. She is looking forward to meeting everyone and will be introducing herself to all our residents and relatives over the coming few weeks.

World Alzheimer’s Day & Memory Walk

Over 2.5 million people have become Dementia Friends — will you Jon them? Come to our fun & friendly session at 10.30am on Friday 21 September for an hour. Then on Sunday 14 October, the care team will be walking 6-7km in Cambridge for the Alzheimer’s Society’s Memory Walk – any sponsorship would be gratefully received!! Please see Michelle.

August Care Home Activies

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