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New chef Ian has fallen into place by providing some delicious lunches with produce from our herb and vegetable garden.

The residents have really enjoyed tending to the plants and we are eagerly awaiting the next crop of tomatoes and runner beans …..Watch this space!

 

Today we opened Bronte’s Bistro, in loving memory of Bronte Adam’s, who worked as a nurse at Sibbertoft for many years and sadly passed away last year.

The timing to remember Bronte was more poniente  as it linked with activities associated with Dementia Awareness week,

Our coffee shop offers hot and cold drinks, biscuits, and cakes to all residents and visitors. We are also selling old fashioned sweets, which you can weigh and bag yourself, using the sweet scales in the shop.  We have a selection of cards, notelets, paper, envelopes, and toiletries for sale too.

All proceeds raised from the sale of drinks, snacks and consumables will be donated to St Helens Church in Sibbertoft.

The shop will work on an honesty basis with a donation box on the wall inside. The shop will be open between the hours of 9am and 5pm every day of the week. If the door is shut, please just walk inside.

We hope you all enjoy our little gem

Today at St Helens Church; Several residents attended a private church service.

It was wonderful to have access to a place of worship for the first time in a more than a year.

Afternoon Tea in the sunshine with freshly prepared finger sandwiches and in house baked goods.

A Sibbertoft Manor resident had a birthday in January and as he is a music lover; our cook made him a cake to reflect this.

One of our residents reached the magnificent age of 100 years old last week and she had a wonderful party with a card from Her Majesty, The Queen, two cakes (one from her family and one made by our cook), ballons which read 100 and lots and lots of cards. She even had a tiara!

We have quite a lot of our residents who have their Birthdays in January and our Cook makes beautiful cakes for each of them. We have taken some pictures of the residents with their cakes on their Birthdays.