Hunters Lodge News
Our Residents really got into the World Cup spirit at Hunters Lodge today.
Participating in some football games in the home prior to the match.
Unfortunately all the cheering and excitement didn't give us the result we hoped for.
However we did have consolation cake after.
11th July 2018
Pam celebrated her 102nd birthday at Hunters Lodge today and still enjoys playing football. Pam has resided at Hunters Lodge for nearly 13 years and was born in June 1916, when the First World Was had already been raging for two years.
During the Second World War she was evacuated from London and relocated to Maidenhead where she became a kindergarten teacher. Pam has two sons and a daughter, one of whom lives in America. Pam last visited her daughter in America when she was 93, however her daughter flyes over regularly to see her Mum.
She had a love of travel later in life and went with her daughter to Greece, Turkey, Iceland and Hawaii.
Pam continued to keep active taking daily walks in the garden until she broke her hip about four years ago.
Animals have always been a passion and she even has her own budgie at Hunter’s Lodge called Teddy. Pam also enjoys visits from all her friends and family and has someone come to see her most days.
Pam enjoyed a small party with relatives and residents with a special cake to celebrate her birthday on Thursday.
Read more at: The Melton Times
25th June 2018
We had a very special visitor to the lodge today, thanks to Sally Whittaker for bringing in Jaffa the horse to see the residents.
He put a smile on lots of faces, and was a lovely suprise for everyone on a beautiful sunny day.
7th May 2018
St. George's Day!!!
How better than to celebrate our Patron Said of England and the birth of our New Baby Prince, than to have a little party and enjoy some drinks with those around us.
23rd April 2018