The Coxhill Manor residents take a ‘talk on the wild side’

The residents at Coxhill Manor met a range of critters recently when local organisation ‘Hydestile Resident Animals’ visited the Surrey home.

Graham Cornick delighted the group with his menagerie of owls, rabbits, rats, a hen and even a polecat. The residents were thrilled to have the chance to pet the creatures whilst the animal experts gave an informative talk on the background of the species.

Activities administrator Sandra Stock said ‘Hydestile are regular visitors to Coxhill Manor and the residents love them coming so they can enjoy the interactive presentation and handle the animals.’

Coxhill Manor is a characterful country house in the peaceful location of Chobham. This fine Victorian home provides residential, nursing and specialist dementia care for up to 60 elderly ladies and gentlemen.
 

Coxhill Manor

Home Manager

Alan Horler

Address

Station Road,
Chobham,
Woking,
Surrey,
GU24 8AU

Contact
0808 223 5420
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