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

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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