East Hill House partners with local school

East Hill House has formed a productive partnership with nearby Liss Infant School for a number of charity and educational events.

To celebrate World Book Week, the school invited popular resident Mrs Joyner to come and read to the children as they dressed up as their favourite book characters. Mrs Joyner enjoyed reading bestseller ‘Aliens Love Underpants’ as one of the children, Gracie, had transformed into an underpants-loving alien for the day.

The home also hosted a Charity Coffee Morning at the rural Hampshire school, raising £118.42 for the Caring Homes ‘Charitable Partnership’ initiative for 2013/14, whereby each of the 56 care homes across the group work together to raise thousands of pounds for their two chosen charities, Parkinson’s UK and Diabetes UK. Parents and teachers from the school enjoyed coffee and cake in the morning, with children from both the infant and junior schools quickly snapping up the remaining cakes after school.

Located in the village of Liss, East Hill House provides high quality residential and specialist dementia care for up to 35 elderly people in a unique setting.
 

East Hill House Care Home

Home Manager

Samantha Booty

Address

East Hill Drive,
Hillbrow Road,
Liss,
Hampshire,
GU33 7RR

Contact
0808 223 5501
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