100 Years Young | Nursing Home West Sussex

101 years young!

Country Lodge’s newest resident Sarah (affectionately known locally as Auntie Betty) celebrated her 101st birthday surrounded by friends and family. Sarah has been a Worthing resident for over 60 years and was a keen bridge player. She is very pleased with her garden room here at Country Lodge especially the view of our beautiful tulips. Son… Read more »

Bowling along with Andy

Strike by Andy!

Bowling Andy is now a regular visitor and firm favourite on the activities programme. He brings all his own music and cajoles everyone – including passing staff members to join in the fun.

Happy birthday

Some mothers do ‘ave ‘em

Yes, Jean had a lovely bouquet of flowers for Mothers Day which brightened up her regular spot by the window. We love to see our residents being spoiled by family and friends, especially on these important occasions.

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Activities Co-ordinator Dolores

Did you hear the news today?

Activities are a popular feature of afternoons at Country Lodge – Dolores our wonderful activities co-ordinator hosts a weekly quiz among other games. Here she is reading residents headlines from our local  news paper, the Worthing Herald.

Charlie goes for a strike!

Charlie has a strike

Ten Pin Bowling is the latest rage here – Andy arrives complete with a ‘bowling lane’ and music and there is a great deal of merriment as residents and visitors have a go at bowling a ‘Strike’ (first ball takes down all pins) or ‘Spare’ (second ball takes them down).

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Pauline has her hands full - must be a birthday!

Pauline has her hands full – it must be a birthday!

It’s a common sight at Country Lodge to see either Chef Chris or cook Pauline bearing a cake for one or another resident. All our Birthday cakes are made on the day and decorated in appropriate colours and styles and shared among the residents and families. There are home made cakes or buns for tea… Read more »

Merry Christmas

Christmas Festivities 2018

Christmas at Country Lodge was a jolly affair with the staff dressing up as elves much to the amusement of the residents and families. Presents were opened and a delicious Christmas Lunch was enjoyed by all.

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