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Christmas Bazaar – Saturday 2 December

It’s coming up to that most wonderful time of the year and to celebrate we are holding our annual Christmas Bazaar where the magic will happen and fun will be had! Come and join us on Saturday 2 December, there’s going to be so much to see and do: The mayoress will be opening the…

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What’s happening in November – Activities

October came and went far too quickly and now the clocks have gone back and the nights are drawing in we’re looking forward to some cosy times indoors and preparing for our Christmas Bazaar on the Saturday 2 December.  The Bazaar is always very popular with residents and local community alike.  Keep a note of…

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Cheeky Monkeys and Hector the Care Dog

It was another lovely day at Foxburrow Grange when the Cheeky Monkeys nursery children had fun meeting Hector the care dog with our residents!  Our residents love to see both the nursery children and the care dogs so to have them both visit at the same time was wonderful.   

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What’s Happening in October – Activities

September was another busy month!  Our new carers’ group started, the new sweet shop opened, our wonderful activities coordinator, Margaret, got married and a group of our residents had a fabulous fine dining experience in celebration of World Alzheimers Day! This month we are looking forward to these special events in addition to our regular…

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Raising Awareness for World Alzheimers Day

21 September was World Alzheimers Day.  Foxburrow Grange decided to raise awareness that living with dementia is not a barrier to enjoying the finer things in life. A small group of Residents at the home were treated to a fine dining experience of afternoon tea worthy of the Ritz. Doug, Bill, Jeanette, Pauline and Joyce…

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Trustees’ Report 2016 -2017

Outlook Care’s Trustees’ Report for 2016-2017 is now available to view.  The report outlines our operational performance, governance and structure, and our financial information over the last 12 months up to March 2017.  It’s been another great year for Outlook Care.

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Our Shop is Open!

Where do you go when you fancy a sweet or two or have run out of your toothpaste?  To the newly opened market stall shop, that’s where! The shop is a fabulous idea and was suggested by families.  It gives residents the opportunity to go to the shop and pick their own items and helps…

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New Carers Group – Tuesday 5 September

Come along to our first Carers Group meeting at Foxburrow Grange where we are working in partnership with Abbey Field Surgery to support families of someone living with dementia. The first session is taking place on Tuesday 5 September 10:30-12:30.  Details below. We look forward to welcoming you.

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Wedding celebrations at Foxburrow Grange

Margaret Brodie, our beloved Activities Coordinator, is getting married in September. Margaret adores all of the residents at Foxburrow Grange and would have loved to have taken all of them to her wedding to celebrate and enjoy the day with her but unfortunately, logistically, this wasn’t possible. Margaret was determined that everyone could be a…

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What’s Happening in September – Activities

It will be hard to follow last month’s activities: the biggest highlight being the amazing summer fete which was a huge success and raised over £1300 for our residents’ activity fund.    There was also a very welcome visit in August from some ‘Bridge the Gap’ students who spent time talking to our residents which they…

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