December 2014 Newsletter

Dear Friends,

The mild weather we have had is now turning to normal autumn temperatures of single figures, however it was still a record November for above normal temperatures.

Mr and Mrs Woods went to Egypt for a week long holiday, flying to Luxor and cruising down the river Nile to Aswan and its famous dam, which holds back the water of the Worlds’ largest man-made lake.  Temperatures were 30ºC to 32ºC.  A film show of the holiday will be shown to the Residents’ between now and Christmas.

St Mary’s School Choir are visiting us on the 11th December in the morning at 10.30 am.  Last year 35 Residents came to listen to them, so I hope we have another good attendance this year.  We hope to get the fir tree soon for the Hallway in Cheverells and decorations up in the lounges and dining room.

There were two minibus outings, one to Hartland Quay and the second to Woolacombe overlooking the beach.

Mr and Mrs Woods do hope you all enjoy the extra festive entertainment lined up for you in December.

We wish all the residents, their relatives and all our staff, a