Celebrating success - a toast to Kingfishers in New Milton as its Outstanding rating is retained
Standing by their friends - strong bond with musical youngsters
Raising funds for good causes with the 2.6 Challenge

Keeping calm and carrying on

Residents have been keeping their spirits up by learning new skills and speaking with friends and families through technologies such as Skype. Leonard Sweet, who lives at Castle View in Poundbury, has been regularly Skyping his daughter and granddaughter. He said: “It’s amazing, a marvellous way of keeping in touch.” Those with interest in visual... read article...

20 Questions

Our Operations Managers provide a range of vital support to our homes. They make sure Home Managers can undertake their individual roles fully, they keep up to date with information and legislation, and they implement any changes required by government and our regulator. Here we catch up with Jacky Sylvester, one of our Operations Managers,... read article...

Street party feel to honour war heroes

Boyd Salmon, a WWII veteran, at Court Lodge in Lymington Seventy-five years on from a date that transformed many of their lives, our residents marked VE Day with a mix of pride, respect and reflection. All our homes staged commemorative events while observing social distancing restrictions. In arts and crafts sessions in the weeks leading up to the anniversary, residents made Union flags, bunting and... read article...

Sharing joy each day

Our residents have been busy having fun and enjoying themselves despite the lockdown restrictions. Here we highlight a flavour of some of the events and activities that have been taking place. Clap for the carers Residents and staff at all 21 of our homes staged a ‘clap for the carers’ to show their appreciation of... read article...