December 1, 2010

We thought we would do something different here at The Grange & Lyndhurst this year and decorate the houses for Halloween!

It was a mad dash to buy out the local supermarket of most of its Halloween Decorations but it paid off. The Lounges and Dining Rooms were covered in spooky spiders and creepy insects, not to mention all the pumpkins that the Residents had previously carved.

British Theme Food Week

November 7, 2010

The Grange has decided that between 15 – 21 November, We will hold a British Themed Week for the whole menu. I am hoping it will be a success and that maybe in the future it is something we can do often. It brings variety to the menu and the residents lives. I am hoping to prepare dishes that reflect what the Ladies & Gentlemen would have cooked at home. So far I have all the basics covered such as; Cottage Pie, Haggis, Hot Pot, Apple Pie and many more British Classics.

I am hoping the residents will enjoy it and it will be something we can continue with at both homes in to the future.

Head Cook

Fireworks Display

November 5, 2010

The Grange held its Annual Fireworks Display on Tuesday 2 November. The Display is getting bigger and bigger year upon year! The display lasted around twenty minutes and all Residents, Family & Staff thoroughly enjoyed the show.

The Fireworks started as a fundraiser for charity and has turned in to an annual event, which draws in many family members from all the residents and staff. Everyone is welcome and advertisements are displayed in Goring to invite local neighbours to attend.

Tomato soup was served whilst the fireworks were going off followed by hot dogs and chilli.

Let’s hope 2011 will bring an even bigger & better display!

The Grange’s New Greenhouse

September 24, 2010

The Grange has recently purchased and constructed a specially designed Greenhouse accessible by wheelchairs. As well as the Polythene tunnel already in the grounds for growing of plants, the greenhouse will house plants ready for potting so residents can participate in activities that reflect their true lives at home.

The Greenhouse has been fitted with a specific low built bench, lower than the normal workbench height so it is easier for the less abled residents to participate.

We hope the greenhouse will hold hours of enjoyable activities come Spring 2011.

Words by:
Colin Northey
Managing Director

Raffle Winner

June 29, 2010

The Grange is pleased to announce that the winner of the hamper for the free prize draw taken place today from the entry’s for attending the June Open Days is:

Claire Gray from Pangbourne

The Grange Open Day

May 18, 2010

The Grange is hosting two open days in June 2010.
Goring Care Homes understands that choosing a Residential Home is a very difficult decision to make. We have organised these open days to enable you to to visit us and have an informal chat with the staff and residents, Also to have a look at the facilities we offer.

Please join us on:

  • Wednesday 16th June – 10.30-12 pm
  • Wednesday 16th June –  2.30 – 4 pm
  • Saturday 26th June    – 3-6pm

We will be serving refreshments on the day, and every person that attends will be entered in to a free prize draw.

We look forward to welcoming you to The Grange.

Goring Care Homes Sweepstake

April 9, 2010

The Grange is holding a sweepstake for The Grand National on Saturday. With bets at £1 each horse, there are four prizes with the first prize being £25.

UPDATE: The winner of the first prize was Ms Joy Northey

The winner of the second prize was Mrs Plowright

The Grange Spring SALE !

March 10, 2010

If you have been thinking about retirement living for yourself or relative, there is no better time to find out more! Especially as here at The Grange we have reduced selected room rates to only £500 per week.

We have several rooms available for a heavily discounted price. But hurry because the sale is only for March and April.

To take advantage of this offer, please contact Ms Lesley Wright at The Grange.

01491 872853

The Grange Early Spring Sale

The Grange

The Grange is the larger of the two residential homes that Goring Care Homes offers. Situated on the riverbank of the Thames, The Grange is a forty-two bed care home for the elderly.
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Lyndhurst is the smaller of our two residential homes. Situated opposite the Goring playing fields and bowls pavillion, Lyndhurst is a twenty bed residential home for the elderly.
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