A recent live musical performance hit the right note with residents and colleagues at a Worthing care home when a much-loved favourite visited the home for the first time in over a year.
As the first entertainer back to the Worthing-based home since March 2020 when lockdown first came into force, social distancing measures were still in place. The Haviland team installed their very own Royal Box, Stalls and a Royal Circle for family members so they could enjoy their time in safety and in true royal style.
Eileen Garbutt, Wellbeing Coordinator, at Haviland House, said: “Our residents and team absolutely loved welcoming Tania back to our home, it was such a wonderful way to kick start our summer activities.
“Cool drinks, ice-creams, ice-lollies, factor 50 and sun-brollies were the order of the day and we all had a thoroughly great time singing our hearts out again at last.
“A big thank you to the Havilanders that assisted make this a brilliant time for our family, especially to those that volunteered their time. We can’t wait to welcome more entertainers back to our home including Tania in the future again.”
Located in the West Sussex seaside town of Worthing, at the foot of the South Downs. Haviland House is just a stone’s throw from Brighton and 90 minutes from London by train.
Guild Care has been making a difference to the lives of the people of Worthing and its surrounding areas since it was established in 1933.