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Sponsored Cycle at Drummaul House for The Alzheimer’s Society Keeps Everyone Moving

In the scorching heat at Drummaul House recently they had a sponsored cycle to cycle 50 miles  on the static bikes provided.  A BIG word of THANKS to everyone who contributed and who  donated to The Alzheimer’s Society  and to the kitchen staff for making a beautiful

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Family Fun Day a Quacking Success at Drummaul House

Residents and staff had their annual family fun day event at Drummaul House recently and everyone went all out for it. They had Crafts 4 Christ – a craft station where the kids and residents could make and create all they wanted. They had a candy floss

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It’s been a Busy Few Weeks in the Summer Sun at Drummaul House

They certainly have been busy at Drummaul House in Randalstown with lots going on  to keep everyone entertained. They had a royal tea party with scones strawberries and cream, fun masks and flags to celebrate Harry and Meghan’s wedding, This was quickly followed when they had a

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New Residents, Pet Therapy and Music – It’s All Going On at Drummaul House

There has been unprecedented levels of excitement at Drummaul House as we have been awaiting the arrival of new residents. Yes they have arrived at long last – our little chicks  have hatched with the ducks still to come ! We have had great joy turning and checking

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Easter Fun In Abundance at Drummaul House

Over the Easter period we have had an Easter disco which Eamon McQuade came along to sing at. There was an Easter service with Revered McNeil who kindly came in and take and he also did a favourite hymn sing-along which the residents always look forward to. Thank you

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Burns Night Celebration a Big Hit at Drummaul House

There was lots of smiles, laughter and toes a tapping as the residents and staff at Drummaul House enjoyed their annual Robbie Burns night celebration. The residents loved listening to the Scottish music, watching Ulster Scot’s DVDs whilst feasting on turnip and potatoes aka ‘neaps and tatties’.

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