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Monday, February 14, 2022

Fun for over-50s

There was plenty of fun, food and friendship to be had at Burcot’s annual Over-50s Party which brings older residents together in the Village Hall.

Easter fun for all ages

There was Easter fun for everyone when Burcot Grange Residential Care Home invited children from nearby Blackwell First School to join residents on an Easter egg hunt around the gardens.

Loafers’ Lunch

Residential care home Burcot Grange recently held another of its regular Loafers’ Lunches.

Afternoon of delights

The recent weather hasn’t exactly been ideal for al fresco activities, but that didn’t stop residential care home Burcot Grange hosting its annual Summer Garden Party.

Closer ties to the community

Burcot Grange already has a lot to offer its residents, with visitors bringing tales of adventure, excursions to places of interest or natural beauty, regular visits to Symphony Hall, exotic food tasting, sports, debate, gardening, flower arranging, afternoon tea on the terrace . . . and the list goes on.

Duo of Burcot gardens on display

Two gardens in Burcot will be open to the public under the NGS on Saturday August 27, between 12 noon and 5pm.

New President for Blackwell & Burcot WI

Blackwell & Burcot WI welcomed Christine Hickman-Smith, their Federation Adviser, to their recent AGM to conduct the election of next year’s committee.

WI president retires

Blackwell & Burcot WI’s AGM in November marked the retirement of President Pearl Prior, who was presented with gifts by Jean Bromley and Ivy Elvins.

Garden party for gargoyle

The annual garden party at Burcot Grange care home raised £730 for Blackwell First School’s gargoyle restoration.

Shoe box success

Kind-hearted members from St Catherine’s and Blackwell & Burcot WIs donated 42 shoe boxes packed with Christmas gifts in support of Operation Christmas Child, Samaritan’s Purse.