Cheese, Wine, and Conversations at Old Norse Lodge
Old Norse Lodge recently played host to an unforgettable evening, one that brought together residents, their families, and the dedicated staff in a heartwarming gathering. The event was not just about wine and cheese; it was about creating an atmosphere of togetherness, connection, and shared experiences.
The mastermind behind this delightful gathering was General Manager Rachael, who organized a "Meet the Manager" event. This event was designed for residents and their family members to participate in, but it ended up becoming so much more. The entire staff team, both those on shift and those who were not, came together to be a part of this special evening. Some staff members even brought their own family members along, adding an extra layer of community to the event. It was an evening of shared moments with the extended family that is Old Norse Lodge.
Residents were at the heart of the evening, enjoying a delightful selection of wine, beer, and even Baileys, perfectly paired with an array of cheese, biscuits, and chutney. The atmosphere was cozy and intimate, creating a family feel that resonated with everyone present. Residents and staff members found themselves sharing quality time together, engaged in conversations that ranged from reminiscing about the past to eagerly discussing the exciting upcoming events. There was an extra buzz in the air when it came to plans for December and the approaching holiday season.
Families who attended the event were equally delighted. They had the opportunity for one-on-one time with management and the staff team, deepening their connections. The evening became a true family affair, with everyone at Old Norse Lodge showing unwavering support for each other, from the staff team to the residents to the residents' family members.
This event was more than a wine and cheese gathering; it was a celebration of the Old Norse Lodge community. It exemplified the values of togetherness, care, and the creation of an inclusive environment. The evening served as a reminder that Old Norse Lodge is not just a place to live; it's a place to belong.
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.
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