February and March see the fashion capitals of the world showcase their newest fashions but a Leicestershire Care Home reveals that vintage never truly goes out of style.Read More “From Fashion House to Moat House.”
Residents at Burbage-based Moat House Care Home proudly presented a cheque for £1000 to Emmaus, a Hinckley based homeless charity.Read More “Moat House residents donate £1000 to Hinckley based homeless charity, Emmaus.”
Moat House has donated £1000 to Dementia Revolution, a charity committed to dementia research.Read More “Moat House Donates £1000 to Dementia Charity”
Moat House resident Hazel Wood, 90, officially welcomed the new branch of the British Legion to Hinckley.Read More “Hazel Welcomes British Legion to Hinckley”
We are exceptionally proud of our homes and the hard work that goes on to make them the vibrant, happy places they are to live and work.Read More “Moat House Scoops Awards for Activities & Home Cooking”
Adept Care Homes has taken action for Dementia Action Week with the appointment of a new Dementia Manager.Read More “Adept Takes Action for Dementia Action Week Appointing Dementia Manager”
Residents from Moat House Care Home, Burbage, performed to a packed audience of relatives and loved ones at St Catherine’s Church, Burbage as part of a care home singing competition which saw 5 midlands-based resident choirs take part.
Each choir performed two of their favourite songs includinga Christmas classic and together the five choirs taking part all gave a rousing performance of We Wish You a Merry Christmas. Whilst also fun, the choirs were judged by an experienced panel with four members and the leader of St Catherine’s church choir. The resident choirs were treated to a fish & chip lunch before the awards were presented. Moat House picked up the award for Best large Choir!
Phyllis Wormleighton, aged 93, said: “This was such a good idea as it is great to do things with residents at other care homes,” Moat House resident, Sheila Ann Ward added: “I never thought I would do anything like this!”
Adept Care Homes Managing Director, Dave Lock said: “Singing is a much-loved past time for our residents and we have all enjoyed months of practice along with today’s final performances. The church has been a great setting and with performances of Jingle Bells and Winter Wonderland, we’re definitely feeling festive! A huge congratulations to everyone involved in delivering something truly special for our residents.”
Father Andrew, of St Catherine’s Church concluded: “Singing brightens your life! It was a great pleasure having Adept Care Homes here, it was a highlight for us,”
87 year old Arthur Trigger served in the British Army from the age of 18. He and his fellow Moat House residents have created their own poppy memorial to mark Remembrance Day.Read More “Arthur pays tribute with homemade poppy memorial”
A Hinckley couple have almost doubled their fundraising target thanks to support from Moat House Care Home.Read More “Moat House Donation Helps Couple Double their Target”
Moat House has scooped two awards for Quality Care and for the Team Commitment to residents at the annual Adept Excellence Awards.Read More “Excellence Awards Success for Moat House Care Home”