Beverley Parklands

VE Day Celebrations!

This years VE Day, which marks the day towards the end of World War Two when fighting came to an end in Europe, was a special one as it marked the 75th anniversary and our fantastic activity teams, across the group, still found a way for our residents to mark their respects and celebrate accordingly.

At Beverley Parklands a range of activities were held across the weekend to celebrate the occasion. These included Ashton a local 11yr-old playing his saxophone from the car park, a family choir serenading the residents from the garden, plus creating war time memory cards during one to one reminiscence sessions. Please see some lovely pictures below and a selection of our memory cards.

Reconnecting Families

Our visiting rooms have continued to be a fantastic boost for both our residents and families over this last week, and have gained the nations attention with coverage on the BBC, Sky News, Daily Mirror and Daily Express. One of the visits included Richard and his daughter Isla visiting his grandmother Jean at Beverley Parklands.…

Family Visiting Rooms

We are creating safe visiting rooms for our residents to be able to enjoy visits again from their loved ones during the Coronavirus Outbreak. A ground floor bedroom at each Home will be split into two rooms with an airtight Perspex divide, intercom system, and an external door out to the car park. Jonathan Garton,…