This hand knitted Boy takes you back to a world of childhood adventures and fun times! Designed and made by one of our residents at May Mills HouseRead More
We love going out for afternoon tea with our residents. It’s such a lovely experience when you settle into your seat and dine on the Great Central Railway Steam train!Read More
We love our activities at Westfield House, May Mills & Ingleside. BINGO is our residents favourite!Leg’s eleven – 11, One little duck – 2, Lucky – 7 , Two little ducks – 22, 44 – droopy drawers, Clickety Click – 66, Two fat ladies – 88 (wobble, wobble) BINGO!Read More
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I can’t say how much your help has been appreciated. The facilities enjoyed my relative over the last 3 weeks have been excellent. With best regards and much appreciation.This letter was received from the relative of a lady that needed to find some short-term accommodation whilst her home was being modernised. Well Done Denise, House Manager and the team at Ingleside House. Ingleside House is one of our sheltered living homes operated by Abbeyfield Loughborough Society.
Ingleside house will be having a Pork Pie on Monday, Chicken pie on Tuesday, Lemon Meringue on Wednesday, Individual Fruit pie for tea on Thursday, Fish pie on Friday, Everyone’s favourite Apple pie on Saturday and to finish the week a buffet favourite of Quiche for afternoon tea. We love Pie week!Read More
Have you tested your brain recently! According to the Alzeimer’s Society website, they have funded researchers at King’s College London to test whether doing brain training games can improve cognitive function in older people. The study found that playing the games – which challenge people on reasoning and problem solving- can help people over 60 to get on better with their daily activities over 6 months. The researchers also saw improvements in reasoning and verbal learning skills in those over 50. Have a go by using the link:https://www.alzheimers.org.uk/info/20054/our_achievements/766/have_a_go_at_brain_trainingRead More
I have nothing but praise and admiration for the reactions of everyone connected to Abbeyfield, from the medical team at Pinford Gate, but mainly to all people employed in various positions within the Abbeyfield Home (Westfield Drive) including the volunteers, who do a fantastic job for the love of it, the catering staff and the carers at all levels. Also the seniors who are responsible for the ground troops in the home and maintaining the high standard of care that my wife enjoyed, but by no means least, the residents of Abbeyfield who must have made a positive contribution.For the family and myself I just wish to offer my sincere thanks to all the friends at Abbeyfield who, in their own particular way, have helped my wife though her latter days of her illness. It was very gratifying for all the family when visiting to see she looked very contented.My sincere thanksRead More
Just to say thank you to you and all the staff for making Christmas special for residents and their families. It was lovely to be part of the party last week and the time with the Salvation Army. It is great to see Mum enjoying Christmas again. Recent Christmases have been a time of anxiety and stress for her.Thank you again. I wish you all a Happy Christmas and all the best for the New Year.Read More
Dust off your Elf hat and make a difference to older peopleThroughout the festive period, our Abbeyfield Loughborough houses will host events for our residents. Picture sing-a-longs, delicious home-cooked meals and best of all, great company.To help us make this Christmas the best Christmas ever, we’re looking for a whole range of Santa’s little helpers (otherwise known as volunteers!) to support our events and, of course, join in the celebrations.Our doors are open to individuals and groups; either families and friends. We know that volunteering has no age barrier and would love to see our neighbours of all ages join in the festive fun.Roles may include:Read More
- Laughing, chatting and the odd ‘Ho,ho,ho!’ • Bringing the X-factor to our carol sing along • Being ready to lose at board games • Getting covered in glue and glitter during crafts • Serving mince pies and the odd glass of sherry!