Wednesday 14th August 2019
A daring care worker from Thirsk has raised £130 for charity, after ‘braving the shave’ and cutting off all of her hair.
Night care assistant, Bee Cooney, who works at Ideal Carehomes’ Hambleton Grange chopped off her locks at the home’s annual Summer Fair on Saturday 3rd August.
The 29 year-old is raising funds for The Little Princess Trust, a charity operating throughout Europe that supplies and funds high quality wigs made of real hair to give to children who have hair loss as a result of cancer treatment or other illnesses.
Wednesday 7th August 2019
Coventry care home, Herald Lodge, is inviting the local community to join its residents and their friends and family for a music festival this Friday, 9th August.
The event will take place between 1.30pm and 4pm and will have live music and refreshments for all to enjoy. A local DJ will play the audience’s favourite songs, and singer Karl Morris, who has already proved a big hit with residents following a recent performance, will also entertain the crowds.
Thursday 1st August 2019
Bee to donate hair and money to children’s wigs charity
A daring care worker from Thirsk is set to ‘brave the shave’ this summer, by cutting off all of her hair for charity
Night care assistant, Bee Cooney, who works at Ideal Carehomes’ Hambleton Grange will be chopping off her locks in front of revellers at the home’s annual Summer Fair, which takes place this Saturday, 3rd August.
Thursday 1st August 2019
Ideal Carehomes has announced the regional winners in its inaugural Gardens in Bloom competition. Having launched in May, the contest encouraged staff and residents across its 18 homes to work together and embrace their love of the great outdoors.Read more
Tuesday 30th July 2019
Ebor Court wins regional ‘Gardens in Bloom’ contest with a little help from students at Applefields School
York care home, Ebor Court, has been crowned the North Yorkshire winner of Ideal Carehome’s annual ‘Gardens in Bloom’ competition.
The contest, which launched in May, encouraged both staff and residents across the operator’s 18 homes to work together to embrace their love of the great outdoors by devising and implementing an exciting revamp for their outdoor spaces.
Monday 29th July 2019
Brian enjoys first rugby match in fifty years at The Jungle
A Castleford care home resident’s dream of watching a live rugby match has come true.
Brian Hobson who lives at Newfield Lodge and last attended a rugby league game over fifty years ago, was delighted to get pitch side once again after care staff took him to watch Castleford Tigers take on London Broncos.