Residents and staff at Cadogan Court enjoyed the launch of the new ‘Armchair Travel’ project by celebrating the culture of Italy on Sunday 25 November.
They spent the day painting pictures inspired by Italy, such as popular attractions, food and vehicles as well as making garlic bread in the morning while listening to popular Italian music.
The staff decorated the dining room to look like an Italian restaurant while the catering team served a delicious menu of pasta and tiramisu.
Residents and staff at Connaught Court in Fulford, York, held their Christmas Fair last week, with an abundance of homemade produce for sale.
Weeks of preparation went into making jars of the Home’s legendary lemon curd, Mary Berry’s Christmas Chutney, bottles of sloe gin and fragrant pot pourri, with everyone at the Home getting involved. Many of the ingredients used were gathered from the Home’s own gardens.
The Fair raised nearly £1,000, which will go towards fun Christmas activities and presents for the Home’s residents.
RMBI Care Co. is delighted to have received a commendation in the 2018 Learning at Work Week Impact Awards.
The Learning at Work Week Impact Awards are competitive awards that are presented to companies and organisations for running excellent Learning at Work Week campaigns. The awards are run by The Campaign for Learning, a national charity promoting lifelong learning.
The 2018 award winners show how creative, innovative and inclusive events shaped to employee and business needs can stimulate an appetite for learning and build learning cultures at work.