Monthly archive for October 2014

Trick or Treating, Pumpkin Carving and Dunking For Apples all on the agenda at Glenkeen House Halloween Party

They really love a party at Glenkeen so with Halloween only days away there was no stopping the residents and staff as they enjoyed the traditional festivities associated with Halloween. Typical festive Halloween activities include trick or treating, carving pumpkins into Jack O Lanterns and telling scary

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Congratulations to Olive and Laura from Massereene Manor for reaching the Finals of the Northern Ireland IHCP Care Awards 2014

It was congratulations all round at Massereene Manor as Olive Hall and Laura Heatley, reached the finals of the Northern Ireland IHCP Awards 2014 in the categories of Registered Care Manager and Registered Nurse respectively at a Gala evening on Wednesday 29th October 2014 in the Ramada

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Randalstown Primary School Harvest Service a big hit with Glenkeen House residents

Celebrated the world over a harvest festival is an annual celebration that occurs around the time of the main harvest of a given region. Given the differences in climate and crops around the world, harvest festivals can be found at various times at different places. Harvests festivals

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Baking treats for our canine friends and a musical extravaganza at Glenkeen House

We can’t be sure if Elvis Presley’s hit song ‘You ain’t nothing but a hound dog’ was playing while Hutchinson Care Homes’ Glenkeen House residents set about making doggie treats, but one thing is for sure, they were most certainly dog tired after strenuously putting together canine

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Time to Bin The Beige and Wear it Pink at Drummaul House Party in Aid of Breast Cancer Awareness

With 1,000 women still dying from breast cancer in the UK every month, the fight against breast cancer goes on. It’s now easier than ever before to take part and the residents and staff at Drummaul House decided it was time to look good by wearing the

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Annual Harvest Festival A Big Hit with Clareview House Residents

Celebrated the world over a harvest festival is an annual celebration that occurs around the time of the main harvest of a given region. Given the differences in climate and crops around the world, harvest festivals can be found at various times at different places. Harvests festivals

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And All Because the Residents ( and staff ) at Clareview Nursing Home Love Their Chocolate…Well Who doesn’t love a little bit of Chocolate?

Yes, we know that the proper slogan is …” And All because the Lady Loves Milk Tray” but in this age of political correctness the male and female residents and staff of Clareview embraced National Chocolate Week which ran from the 13th – 19th October for a

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Annual Harvest Festival A Big Hit with Drummaul House Residents

Celebrated the world over a harvest festival is an annual celebration that occurs around the time of the main harvest of a given region. Given the differences in climate and crops around the world, harvest festivals can be found at various times at different places. Harvests festivals

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No California Dreaming for Glenkeen House
Residents with Autumn Crafts in Full Flow

All the leaves are brown and the sky is grey goes the first words of California Dreaming song recorded by the Mamas & The Papas way back in 1966 when England won the World Cup. The song relates to someone  dreaming of a warmer climate or just

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Hutchinson at Home, Ballyclare and Clareview Private Nursing Homes Complete The Set with Investors in People Certificate of Recognition at October Awards Ceremony in Hillsborough Castle

Pictured left to right: Naomi Carey,  Director Hutchinson Care Homes , Sharon Bell Clareview Nurse Manager, Janet Montgomery, Director Hutchinson Care Homes Hutchinson Care Homes are proud to announce that all six homes within the group – Clonlee and Massereene Manor in Antrim, Glenkeen and Drumaaul House

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