Advent Week 2

On Monday 7th. December we enjoyed a Pamper morning followed by a festive film during the afternoon.
On Tuesday we enjoyed a game of Hillbrow hangman followed by an afternoon of poetry and short stories. Even Cheeky the cat joined in.

Rod with Cheeky!

Joan and Tony enjoying the poetry.

On Wednesday 9th. December we warmly welcomed Ann and Colin to our Hillbrow family and they were soon enjoying a quiz with the other residents.

Ann and Helen.

Ann and Colin during the quiz.

We also came together to celebrate Ann’s Birthday as she came out of isolation and was able to meet the other residents in our lovely Hillbrow family for the first time since moving in!

Beryl took part in the quiz too!

We also found our own little elf on a shelf!!
During the afternoon we enjoyed arts and a social as we thought about our wishes for the Christmas Wish tree.

Hillbrow Christmas Wish tree with residents wishes

Two cheeky elves appeared! Sylvia and Ann

On Thursday 10th. December we enjoyed a ’House Prices Then and Now’ quiz.

Dorothy and Joan enjoyed the quiz.

John and Joan too!

Ann and Geoff participated.

Rebecca also visited us for our weekly physioterapy session which we joined in with energetically!

Tony, Dorothy, Ann, Joan and Joan

Rebecca helps Tony.

Maureen looking lovely after visiting the hairdresser.

On Friday 11th. December it was Christmas Jumper Day and we enjoyed a lively discussion about Christmas traditions as well as sharing some cheesy but still funny Christmas cracker jokes!

Dorothy, Ann and Joan with some festive pictures during the reminiscence discussion.

Joy with Father Christmas image.

Mrs. Christmas! (Dawn) during the discussion.

Tony with Father Christmas.

Rod enjoyed the discussion!

During the afternoon we enjoyed singing carols with mince pies.

Helen enjoying a mince pie!

Eric enjoying his mince pie.
On Saturday 12th. December we worked our way through an A-Z of everything Christmas!

Colin enjoyed the quiz.

As did Rod and Joy!

On Sunday 13th. December we finished the week with tea and Sunday papers in the morning followed by a festive Christmas film during the afternoon.