Barton Manor's Journey Celebrating 4 Months of Care
As Barton Manor gracefully steps into its fourth month of opening, the reflection on this incredible care home thus far is nothing short of a journey woven with joy, community engagement, and heartwarming moments. From themed dining experiences to festive celebrations, Barton Manor has become a vibrant hub of activity, creating cherished memories for residents and the wider community.
Over the past 4 months some great activities have been put on by the care team at Barton Manor. There was the American pop-up restaurant, where flavours from across the Atlantic delighted the taste buds of residents. Closely followed by the whimsical afternoon tea featuring the magic of Alice in Wonderland, complete with twinkling hairbands that added a touch of sparkle to the occasion.
A highlight in Barton Manor's community engagement was the Harvest Festival, where the local school played a central role. The students shared a self-written poem, fostering a beautiful exchange of creativity and connection. The festival flowed into into shared songs, creating a harmonious celebration of the season.
As Halloween approached, Barton Manor embraced the spooky spirit with a spectacular array of activities. From spine-chilling films to vibrant purple mocktails and creatively themed cakes, residents and staff embraced the thrill of the spooky season.
Looking ahead to the festive season, Barton Manor is gearing up for a Christmas Light Switch on, a momentous event made even more special by the presence of the High Sheriff of Cambridgeshire. Amidst all the festivities, Barton Manor expresses heartfelt gratitude to everyone who has been part of this journey, contributing to the warmth and vibrancy that define the care home.
As Barton Manor continues to unfold its story, it stands not just as a care home but as a community where each day brings new opportunities for connection, celebration, and the creation of enduring memories.
Danforth Care Homes are currently welcoming residents, If you or a loved one wish to find out more information or come along, explore the facilities, and meet the staff, you can do so by contacting the enquiry team.
If you'd prefer that certain types of cookie are not saved on your browser when visiting our website, use the toggles below to adjust those preferences and click "Save choices".
These cookies are necessary for the website to function and without them you would not be able to reliably use the website. For example, logging into your account or completing forms.
A series of cookies that collect anonymised data on how users interact with our website. This anonymous data helps us improve the website with a focus on its users, for example, ensuring the most popular content is easier to access.
These cookies track your online activity to help advertisers deliver more relevant and personalised advertising or to limit how many times you see an ad. These cookies can share that information with other organisations or advertisers.