Rectory House Receptionist celebrates her Prom in Style

Rectory House’s weekend receptionist, Amy-Jane Bassett celebrated her High School prom on Friday 1st July 2016 and was very proud to share her photos of this occasion with residents and members of our team.

Amy-Jane is a firm favourite with our residents and her arrival is eagerly looked forward to every weekend. Not only does she spend some of her free time here at Rectory House but she also holds a black belt at Karate (we aim to protect our resident’s). It is a great SAMA tradition and honour to have your picture taken with your Shihan and she was delighted to be given this privilege!

Our residents consider our team here at Rectory House part of their extended family and they loved hearing all about her night, looking at her photos and she received lots of compliments. Amy-Jane had a lovely time and certainly looked like a princess on the night.

Our doors are always open here at Rectory House for friends, families and we warmly welcome new visitors to come and visit. Scarlett McDonald, Home Manager would be delighted to speak to you about life at Rectory House.

To find out more about life at our home, please contact us on 0808 223 5530 or email us.

We look forward to hearing from you.

 

Rectory House

Home Manager

Scarlett MacDonald

Address

West Street,
Sompting,
West Sussex,
BN15 0DA

Contact
0808 223 5530
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