Whittington House invite you to our Digni-Tea Dance

Whittington House Nursing Home in Cheltenham are delighted to invite you to get your dancing shoes on and join us for our ‘Digni-Tea Dance’, a special event with live entertainment and delicious refreshments in support of a national campaign promoting dignity and respect for all.

Date: Saturday 21st October 2017

From: 2.00pm – 5.00pm

Join us at The Pavilion, Hatherley Lane, Cheltenham, GL51 6PN

£5.00 Entry Fee

Whittington House are proud to be supporting ‘Dancing with Dignity’, a national initiative led by the National Dignity Council. to promote dignity and respect for all.

Our event will featuring live music from ‘The Poppy Sisters’ performing a medley of music through the ages and ‘Andy Yapp’ performing a selection of Country and Irish songs. Danceworks Dance School will also be here entertaining us with a performance including a variety of dance styles.

MP, Alex Chalk and The Mayor of Cheltenham, Councillor Klara Sudbury will be joining us too!

So do come along and join us for a fun afternoon of toe tapping, live entertainment and delicious light refreshments. From families to couples and groups to individuals, everyone is welcome.

Whittington House in Cheltenham is a modern, purpose-built home and provides residential, nursing and specialist dementia care for up to 66 people.

To book a place at this event please RSVP on 0808 223 5396 or activities.whittington@CaringHomes.org.

About Dancing for Dignity
Dancing for Dignity is a national initiative led by the Dignity in Care Campaign and its key partners to bring staff and members of the public together to make a difference to those in care. 

The Dignity in Care Campaign
The Dignity in care Campaign, which launched in November 2006, aims to stimulate a national debate around dignity in care and create a care system where there is zero tolerance of abuse and disrespect of adults. It is led by Government in partnership with many organisations that provide and commission care and protect the interests of those using care services and their carers.

The Dignity Dos.

High quality care services that respect people’s dignity:

  • Have a zero tolerance of all forms of abuse
  • Support people with the same respect you would want for yourself or a member of your family
  • Treat each person as an individual by offering a personalised service
  • Enable people to maintain the maximum possible level of independence, choice and control
  • Listen and support people to express their needs and wants
  • Respect people’s right to privacy
  • Ensure people feel able to complain without fear of retribution
  • Engage with family members and carers as care partners
  • Assist people to maintain confidence and a positive self esteem
  • Act to alleviate people’s loneliness and isolation

For further information on the Dignity in Care Campaign, or to sign up to become a Dignity Champion see www.dignityincare.org.uk.



Whittington House

Home Manager

Lyndsey Dixon


58 Whittington Road,
GL51 6BL

0808 223 5396
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