Residents and staff at RMBI Home Shannon Court in Hindhead are beating the January blues this week with a traditional Burns Night celebration. Burns Night is observed by Scots and many others across the UK on January 25th. The event celebrates the life and works of Scottish poet Robert Burns, also known as the Bard of Ayrshire. Residents and staff at the Home donned tartan scarves and Freddie the dog sported a tartan waistcoat.
Prince Michael of Kent Court in Watford has received an overall rating of 'Outstanding' following a recent inspection of the care home by The Care Quality Commission. The Home, which provides residential care and dementia support for up to 55 residents, was found to be offering an 'Outstanding' effective, responsive and well-led service to its residents and was rated 'Good' in two further categories. CQC also praised the Home’s focus on dementia care, describing it as “inspirational”.
Liverpool super fan Bernard Sheridan enjoyed a surprise visit for his 104th birthday today (Friday 25th January) from one of his heroes, football legend and presenter Jamie Carragher. The former Liverpool player dropped in to see Bernard at RMBI Home The Tithebarn, in Great Crosby, to shake his hand and wish him a happy birthday. He told a delighted Bernard that it was “an honour and a pleasure to meet you.”