From movies to manicures, it’s all happening at East Hill House!

Residents at East Hill House in Hampshire banished the January blues as they indulged in a host of diverse activities throughout the month.

To celebrate ‘World Book Week’, the residents decided that they would like to watch a number of films from famous books, so the main lounge was converted into a cinema and popcorn was served whilst they enjoyed the movie masterpieces.

The Hampshire home also welcomed a local therapist volunteered for the day, who offered residents a choice of complimentary beauty treatments. This proved a popular activity and the hope is to make it a regular fixture on the activities calendar.

Finally, a group of residents headed out for the evening to watch the local pantomime, Robinson Crusoe. The local theatre company kindly gave the home some free tickets for the annual showpiece and it proved to be a wonderful production, with everyone getting involved in the evening of fun and frivolity.
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

Home Manager

Samantha Booty

Address

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

Contact
0808 223 5501
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