St Wilfrids ‘Family Tree’

A few months ago, Activities Coordinator Julie came up with the idea of creating a ‘St Wilfrids Family Tree’.

She gathered passport-sized portraits of all of the residents on the tree, which was then painted by Dawn, who works in the kitchen and has now taken pride of place in the Gold Lounge.

Not only is the tree now an attractive feature at the home, but Julie also uses it as an activity, inviting people to find themselves and their friends and using it as a reminiscence tool.

Situated just two miles from Lancaster in the picturesque village of Halton-on-Lune, St Wilfrids Hall is a beautiful country house that has been sympathetically converted to provide residential and nursing care for up to 36 elderly people.

St Wilfrid’s Hall

Home Manager

Patrick Townsend


Foundry Lane,
Halton on Lune,

0808 223 5536
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