Chat with us, powered by LiveChat

Latest News

Care home marks anniversary and welcomes

Resident Belle tickles Carer Charlie Tilbury’s daughter Sophie Smith, two at Kingsley’s Spring Lodge Care Home’s seventh anniversary garden party yesterday at Woolverstone, main picture. Simbiosis’ Chris Simmons and Ivar Galenieks perform, top right; bottom right, Kingsley’s Operations Manager Viktor Zak, resident Jance Woodhams and her husband John and their dog Jackson, resident Taffy and home manager Lisa Sheppard.   More than 40 people turned out to a care home’s anniversary garden party. Seven years ago, Spring Lodge in Woolverstone became part of the award-winning Kingsley Healthcare. The staff marked the mile- stone yesterday with a barbe- cue, live music and a charity draw raising money for Ormiston Families.   The team also used the opportunity to welcome their new manager, Lisa Sheppard, who joined six weeks ago. Mrs Sheppard said: “I’m a new manager in the post so it’s nice to meet people I haven’t met before.“It’s all gone very well, we just wish the weather was a bit warmer.”   Spring Lodge provides residential care for 46 people from the age of 58 to 98, most of whom are living with dementia.

Go Back


Latest Media Releases

Public praises care staff on Highcliffe Home's first outing since the start of the pandemic

The public praised care staff and warmly greeted residents as Highcliffe Nursing Home organised its first big outing since the start of the pandemic. Residents were pushed in wheelchairs from the Kingsley Healthcare home in Stuart Road, Highcliffe to their favourite Cliffhanger café on the seafront.

Find more