The Manor House is open Monday to Friday 10am until 3pm. Members are welcome to come one to five days a week, depending on their circumstances and preference.
Each day sees a variety of activities and entertainment for people who attend.
The average day is as follows;
- Transport leaves The Manor House approximately 9am, depending whether people are collected in our disabled mini bus/car will depend on time of pick up. The Manor House aims to be as flexible and as accommodating as possible so if you have a specific pick up time required, this may be achievable.
- Everybody arrives at The Manor House for approximately 10am.
- Members are invited into the dining room where breakfast includes an assortment of hot and cold beverages aswel as toast, crumpets and tea cakes.
- At around 11am, members are advised of the different activities for the morning. These can include armchair yoga, strictly come dancing style arm chair exercise, crafts, quizes, baking, gardening or a trip to a local attration. (Please visit our facebook page using the tab above to see more about our regular activities.)
- Lunch is served at 12.30 in the dining room. The dining room is layed out like a resturant with comfortable seating. Lunch includes a choice of two starters, three to four mains and three deserts. All dietary requirements can be catered for and all of our meals are cooked freshly, on site each day using local produce.
- Activities resume from approximately 1.30pm. Once again, members are advised of the different activites taking place and offered the choice (if any) in which they would like to particpate in. If any members would prefer not to participate in acitvites, that is also fine and they are welcome to simply watch tv or read in the cosy lounge.
- Hot and cold beverages are offered around 2pm along with cake and biscuits.
- At 3pm the transport arrives to take members home.
What do I have to do to attend?
Prices are dependant on the level of care required therefore are tailored to each individual. Some people are eligible for funding from social services. Some members require no assistance with feeding/toileting/mobility and attend purely for social interaction, whilst others suffer from a range of medical conditions and therefore require a little more assistance whilst with us.
If you are interested in the service The Manor House offers, please feel free to contact Joanne Thompson using the contact details below to discuss further. It is encouraged that loved ones and carers visit The Manor House and a free taster day is offered to all enquiries which enables people to visit and spend the day at The Manor House, free of charge with no obligation.