Ashley House Entertainment

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Christmas at Ashley House
Kiddies Easter Egg Hunt
Wimbledon Days
Halloween Party
Coffee & Blethers
Easter Dinner
Charity Events
Mother's Day
Scrabble
Platinum Jubilee Concert
Trishaw Rides
Moving Matters
Burns Supper
Gardening
Dementia Awareness & Macmillan Coffee Afternoons
Birthday Parties
Annual Open Day - Games Day Event
Themed Days - Mad Hatter's Tea Party
Christmas Concerts -  Local Choirs
Entertainment

At Ashley House, the entertainment is arranged by our Activities Coordinator and  the management team, who work with the residents and other staff members to ensure a varied selection of entertainment. For example: singers, bands, Quizzes, celebration parties and many more. All forthcoming attractions are displayed on the notice board in the main entrance hall. We provide a monthly activity programme, which is emailed to families and friends every time.

A full list of entertainment & Activities:

Regular Concerts/Singers

Sing-a-long Saturdays

Knit & Knatter

Colouring therapy

Crafts Class

Reminisce Afternoons

Conversation Box (different monthly theme)

Cake Decorating

Household tasks, (Napkin folding, setting tables, folding laundry, vegetable preparation etc...)

"Day at the Movies"

Music DVD concerts

Walking Club

Pet therapy & 

Gardening Club

Feeding the Chickens

Scrabble & Dominos Tournaments

Bingo Afternoon

Various types of Quiz afternoons, including monthly 'Pub Quiz' day

Themed days:

Jubilee Parties & Royal Wedding Celebrations

Halloween Party

The Christmas Extravaganza

Easter Weekend celebrations

Mad Hatter's tea party

Annual Games Day

Around the World themed days & Cuisines

MUCH MORE...

Entertainment is also arranged out-with the house, with concerts at various theatres or community centres.  The Orwell Committee regularly invite the residents to coffee afternoons and the Gospel Hall Committee invite our residents every month to their hosted Tea Event every month.  This enhancing our resident's contact with the local community.