Guysfield welcome you to our Summer Fair

Guysfield Care Home Summer Fair is here. We are opening our doors and welcoming friends and members of our local community to come along, join in and have fun at our annual Summer Fair with our residents and team.

Date: Sunday 22nd July 2018

Time: 2.00 pm – 4.00 pm

Where:  Guysfield, Willian Road, Willian, Letchworth, Hertfordshire SG6 2AB

Featuring:

  • Live entertainment
  • Food and refreshments
  • Local stalls
  • There will be also be the chance to win some great prizes in our raffle and tombola!

Pawel Michalewicz, Home Manager said

“At Guysfield, we love being involved in Letchworth life and inviting people to our home. It’s great for our residents and team as it brings all of us together with friends, family and the local community.”

“There will be great entertainment and garden games suitable for the whole family. We want people to come along with their families and join us for lots of fun and laughter.”

Everyone is welcome so do come and join us – we’d love to see you here.

If you would like to attend our event, find out more about life at our home or to arrange a visit, please contact us on guysfield@caringhomes.org or call 0808 223 5509.

 

Guysfield Residential Home

Home Manager

Pawel Michalewicz

Address

Willian Road,
Willian,
Letchworth,
Hertfordshire,
SG6 2AB

Contact
0808 223 5509
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