Local community supports successful summer fete at Guysfield

Letchworth-based Guysfield care home opened its doors to the community this week as they held their popular summer fete.

Over 60 people from the local community joined residents and staff in the picturesque grounds of the country house residence to raise money for the residents activities fund.

Activities included a book sale, a visit from the local fire brigade, a barbeque, cake sale, hook the duck, a raffle and a tombola. The home also put on a live singer to keep everyone entertained on the day.

Guysfield Manager, Pawel Michalewicz told us:

‘We all had a wonderful time today. We are so pleased that the sun shone and the whole community came together to support our summer fete! Our team has worked so hard to put the event on and I’m very proud of what a good job they’ve done.

I would like to thank all of the local businesses that donated some fantastic raffle prizes, including dinner for two at ‘Zeus’ and £150 voucher for Toni & Guy. In total we raised over £500, which will ensure we can put on some fantastic activities for our residents over the coming months.’

Located in the village of Willan, Guysfield provides residential care for up to 50 elderly people. The home is run by the family-owned Caring Homes Group, which was founded in 1994 by mother and son team, Helena and Paul Jeffery.
 

Guysfield

Home Manager

Pawel Michalewicz

Address

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

Contact
0808 223 5509
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