Staff and residents at Rivendell View care home, located on Magenta Way in Stoke Bardolph, are inviting their local community to join them for their annual Summer Fair.
The Summer Fair will kick-off the start of the care home’s Open Week, which offers the local community a week of entertainment. They will also have a chance to look around the home and meet its staff and residents.
On Saturday 6th August from 14:00-18:00, attendees can enjoy some delicious refreshments in the garden, freshly prepared by the home’s kitchen team.
Nottingham-based entertainer, Sylvia Steward, will perform some feel-good music to get people on their feet and having fun.
Rivendell View have also organised lots of games for the community to take part in, a bouncy castle, a fantastic raffle and face painting.
Lisa Tungate, the Home Manager at Rivendell View, said,
‘We’re so excited to welcome the community to our Summer Fair. It gives our residents an opportunity to meet new friends and neighbours, while also enjoying a day with their families and having lots of fun.’
Entertainment and events for the rest of Open Week at Rivendell View are as follows:
Sunday 7th August
11:00am -Tanya M. Drag Artist
2:00pm – Afternoon Tea
Monday 8th August
11:00am – Sing Along with Helen the Pianist
2:00pm – Jonny Victory’s 1940’s classics
Tuesday 9th August
11:00am – Magic-themed Arts and Crafts
7:00pm – An Evening of Cheese and Wine
Wednesday 10th August
11:00am – Music by James Columbine
2:00pm – Anniversary Quiz
Thursday 11th August
10:30am – Exercises with Ross
2:00pm – Cinema Afternoon
Friday 12th August
11:00am – Kevin and Marie Summer Holiday Show
To find out more about Rivendell View, please visit www.idealcarehomes.co.uk, call 0115 666 9660 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Rivendell View is a residential and dementia care home operated by Ideal Carehomes. With 66 ensuite bedrooms, attractive décor and freely accessible gardens, Rivendell View delivers person-centred care in a dignified manner, promoting independence as far as possible.