Yesterday Colleagues and Residents at Ashton View residential memory, nursing and nursing memory care home, in Ashton-in-Makerfield, received a very generous donation of drinks for Residents.
The Brian Boru Club, which is located across the road from the home, donated crates of Coca-Cola, diet Coca-Cola, tonic water, J2Os and cordial mixers for Residents at the home.
This kind donation from the club, which has some family connections to the home, has been described as a “Wonderful gesture” from Colleagues. Residents were very grateful for the donations.
Wellbeing Coordinators Stacey Sharples and Gary Grimes, along with domestic Colleague Ann Marie are pictured with the management team at the Brian Boru.
Demelza James, Care Home Manager, commented, “These drinks will be used for our next party. Thank you so much for the donation!”
Located in peaceful Ashton-in-Makerfield, near Wigan, Ashton View is a welcoming, purpose-built care home with 58 beds that works closely with the local hospice to assist in providing specialised end-of-life care.