Breakfast Club at Springhill

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A breakfast club has been introduced for our residents and is becoming increasingly popular.

We have lots of yummy foods and beverages on offer and helps set us up and keep everyone full until lunchtime.

The aim of the club is for our ladies and gentlemen to be up and about early each morning and get them ready to take on the day ahead.

We have had some really positive feedback as residents are continually wanting to return to the breakfast club which currently runs on Monday and Friday mornings.


A ‘good day’ to visit local dementia café

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On Monday 21st January a few of our residents and lifestyle team at Springhill Care Home had an enjoyable afternoon at a new local dementia café in Accrington.

They joined in the therapeutic colouring activity and chatted about various hobbies whilst enjoying a nice pot of tea and cake.  They ended up having a right good old sing song which everyone agreed was so much fun.

Victoria Huntriss, Wellbeing Lead at Springhill Care Home said “It was lovely for our ladies and gentlemen to meet new friends whilst sharing similar experiences, we are already looking forward to the next dementia café”.


*The ‘A Good Day Dementia Café’ meet on the third Monday of every month at the Space2Make creative cafe in Accrington and is hosted by A Good Day.

For more information on the dementia cafe check out @spake2make or @agooddaybox on Facebook.


Gentleman’s club comes to Springhill

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Our General Manager Curtis enjoyed getting involved with ‘the lads’ at the Springhill Care Home Gentleman’s club.
The gents played dominoes, cards and others enjoyed watching Match of the Day whilst drinking a few John Smith’s or a Guinness or two.
It was a great afternoon and they all thoroughly enjoyed it.
These sessions aim to promote independence and social interaction by encouraging everyone to bond in an environment where most of them feel comfortable.

Winter Wishes

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A lovely winter wishes display was made especially for our residents with white twigs and twinkle lights.

The tree is to encourage our ladies and gentlemen to write a wish and place it on the tree and our Wellbeing Lead & Lifestyle team will try to ensure that their wish comes true.

Our lifestyle team have been chatting individually with residents to ask them what they wish for in 2019.

So far residents have wished to make a bird box, to get outside more as well as health and happiness, learning to play the piano and wishes for peace in the word.

We aim to make as many of them as possible come true over the coming year.


Big Garden Birdwatch

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Residents at Springhill Care Home are taking part in a national birdwatching initiative with the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (RSPB).


We have signed up to the Big Garden Birdwatch which is taking place on the last weekend in January (26th -28th) and we are looking forward to seeing some great breeds.


During the weekend we will work with residents looking at and identifying birds in the garden.


We will then report our observations back to the RSPB to help them monitor British garden birds – looking at trends of increase or a decline in the different species.


In preparation for this we have made some bird feeders and hung them up on one of the trees outside to try and attract some birds to that area which we can easily monitor.


We have some enthusiastic bird watchers who are thoroughly looking forward to identifying them.


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Contact : General Manager - Curtis Bennett

Springhill Care Home
Springhill House, Fairfield Street
Accrington, Lancashire, BB5 0LD

Tel: 01254 381719
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