St. Christopher’s Christmas Fayre Saturday 25th November 2017 Abington Park Crescent, Northampton, NN3 3AD 11.00am-3.00pm ENTRY £1 ALL STALLS DISPLAYING AND SELLING AN ARRAY OF HOMEMADE ITEMS: Christmas Gifts, cards and Crafts CAKE & BAKE STAND, Jams, Chutney delights !!! SANTA’S GROTTO—Bring the Children (Small charge Applies) REFRESHMENTS—Hot Dogs and Burgers RAFFLE ALL Continue reading
Help… Are you able to spare two hours per week? Or even two hours per month? We are looking for volunteers to serve in our little shop on a Monday / Wednesday OR Friday morning. It’s a lovely way to meet our residents and get to know the home from a different perspective. If you Continue reading
In addition to our regular activities for October 2017, we have some special ones listed below. Please find the link October 2017 Activities sheet_to see a full itinerary of activities. Norman on the organ. Tina’s clothing sale. Wear it Pink. Mini Bus trips – see boards for updates.
A Change is as Good as a Respite! All Inclusive respite breaks at St. Christopher’s for the over 65’s. Are you in need of a holiday? Are you rewiring your home? Do you want to meet new people? Do you want to stay in a home from home environment? Would you like to book a second Continue reading
We received a lovely piece of feedback in the Northampton Chronicle and Echo this week. This was from John Griff in his opinion Column. Thank you John and we hope to see you again very soon.
Iris Sturgeon, one of St Christopher’s residents went along to Barry Road School with her keyworker, Naomi Muroki, to give a talk to all the pupils about her experiences and memories of being a young girl during World War War II. The sixty-one children, who were thoroughly well-behaved enjoyed listening to Iris’s experiences wartime memories, Continue reading
A small group of residents and carers set off early for a day trip to Hunstanton; the weather was on our side as it was a beautiful sunny day. On arrival we headed to the promenade and had a welcome cup of tea after the journey, later followed by a very enjoyable lunch of fresh fish and chips. We looked round Continue reading
A small group of residents got together with Cheryle, Sallyann and Elaine to make Christmas Puddings in the Coffee Room. Residents soon got going and enjoyed a glass of sherry whilst mixing the puddings. They were also reminiscing about the coins which go into Christmas Puddings for luck; these ranged from a three-penny bit, half-a-crown and the Continue reading
The Birds of Prey display, organised by Cheryle Horne, the Manager, proved to be a huge success, with residents from the main home, independent living residents, staff and family and friends. First to be shown was a kestrel, followed by a tawny owl, Harris hawk. eagle owl and finally an eight week old barn owl, which Continue reading
A small group of residents thoroughly enjoyed a morning out to Castle Ashby Gardens, although the heavens opened on arrival. The weather cleared and the sun made an appearance, which enable us to explore the gardens, the Fuchsia House and the Orangery. We also enjoyed a cup of coffee and some lovely cake! It was Continue reading