A Warm Welcome
We would like to welcome new residents Dora, Helen and Marie to Nettlestead who have all recently joined us.
We would also like to welcome Sherine who has joined the team at Nettlestead as a Care Assistant and Helen who has returned after taking a 3 Month break. Paula has stepped out the Activities role and Katherine and Stathis, whom we all know already, have stepped in. Read More >
A Warm Welcome
We would like to say a big welcome to Rebecca who has recently joined us as a Care Assistant. We are sure you will join us in giving her a warm welcome and we hope Rebecca will be very happy working amongst the Nettlestead family. Read More >
We would like to congratulate David from our sister home Priors Mead, who has been chosen as the very first winner for the Quality Care Insurance Services project ‘Pollards Promise’. Please do see the link below to find out more about this fantastic project. http://qcis.co.uk/latest-news/pollards-promises/
Like their clients, Nick & Sarah Bruce knew that one day they would want to retire, but which would mean addressing the thorny issue of what happened next for their company. Read More >
I am sure you will all agree that the Rock ‘n Roll Summer Party was a huge success and, judging by the dancing, a great time was had by all. Thank you to everyone who was able to attend and for the lovely feedback received. Read More >
We have had some great activities over the past couple of months; please don’t forget friends and families are always welcome to join in. Read More >
Our energetic team is never known to duck a challenge and our head of Home Care Donna Roche, Kim Thomas, head of Nettlestead Care home and Joanna Nykiel head of Priors Mead will be taking part in a SkyDive on 21st October to fund-raise for the Alzheimer’s Society. Read More >
From left to right: Kim Thomas, Donna Roche and Joanna Nykiel – Nightingales’ new directors
Nightingales, a family led company that has been providing care to the elderly for over 30 years has appointed three of its senior management team as directors; Donna Roche, head of homecare, Kim Thomas manager of Nettlestead care home in Bromley, and Joanna Nykiel who heads up Priors Mead care home in Reigate. Read More >
A popular activity at Nettlestead Care Home is baking, and particular cup-cakes, although there is some suspicion that it was not just for the pleasure of cooking.
Everyone enjoys fresh-cut flowers but the residents of Nettlestead Care Home enjoy going one-stage further and doing their own flower arranging. Apart from an opportunity for a good chat as each compares their efforts with the other, they also brighten up the residents’ rooms and public areas with the next session always in time to replace those passing their best.