Ferfoot invites you to a ‘Right Royal’ party

Ferfoot care home in Chippenham is hosting a celebratory Queen’s 90th birthday party for residents, their families and the local community on Tuesday 14th June.

Taking place from 3om – 6pm, the ‘Right Royal’ event will include live entertainment by a local entertainer as well as drinks and nibbles prepared by Ferfoot’s chef. The care team, dressed patriotically in red, white and blue, will be leading residents and visitors in fun and games throughout the afternoon. The home will also be decorated in patriotic colours and welcomes visitors to talk about life at Ferfoot.

Nick Stone, Home Manager at Ferfoot says: “Everyone from the Chippenham area is invited to join in with the celebrations. We’d like as many people as possible to mark this momentous occasion with us and raise a loyal toast.

“There’s also an opportunity to meet the wonderful team members who work here and to talk to myself about life at Ferfoot.”

Ferfoot offers specialist dementia care for up to 52 older people and is located at Old Hardenhuish Lane, Wiltshire, SN14 6HH.

Ferfoot

Home Manager

Nicki Stone

Address

Old Hardenhuish Lane,
Chippenham,
Wiltshire,
SN14 6HH

Contact
0808 223 5502
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