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The Fremantle Trust honours green-fingered talent with a blooming great day!

The Fremantle Trust honours green-fingered talent with a blooming great day!

The Fremantle Trust held a special 25th anniversary final of  Fremantle in Bloom – an annual horticultural competition open to its older people and learning disability services. The final took place at Burnham-based Lent Rise House nursing  home and was judged by a panel including deputy chair of trustees at The Fremantle Trust, Alan Howard, […]

13th September 2017 | By | Reply More
Homing in on dementia care during World Alzheimer’s Month

Homing in on dementia care during World Alzheimer’s Month

According to Alzheimer’s Society, there will be around 1 million people with dementia in the UK by 2025. September is World Alzheimer’s Month, so charity and specialist dementia care provider, The Fremantle Trust, is taking the opportunity to shine a light on how family members and carers can enrich the lives of people living with […]

16th September 2015 | By | Reply More
The Fremantle Trust celebrates green-fingered talent

The Fremantle Trust celebrates green-fingered talent

Local charity and care provider, The Fremantle Trust, recognised green-fingered talent among its service users, staff and residents, in the organisation’s debut ‘Fremantle in Bloom’ competition, marked by a ‘high tea’ celebration at Aylesbury-based Lewin House nursing home.   Director of operations at The Fremantle Trust, Sue Green, presented winners with trophies and a selection […]

11th September 2015 | By | Reply More
Charity helps men to find solitude in the garden shed!

Charity helps men to find solitude in the garden shed!

Following research released by Alzheimer’s Australia, Holmer Green-based care home, Cherry Garth, has launched an initiative to give its male residents the opportunity to potter in the garden shed and spend time outdoors. The research revealed how often care homes, which are mainly populated by women, shape activities and settings more favourable to females. The […]

29th April 2015 | By | Reply More
Centenarians celebrated in pilot TV documentary

Centenarians celebrated in pilot TV documentary

The Fremantle Trust, a local charity and provider of care for older people and adults with a learning disability, has been selected to participate in a pilot TV documentary that celebrates today’s centenarians.  Still in production, the pilot, produced by Landmark Films, focuses on the increasing number of people turning 100 in the UK.  The […]

28th April 2015 | By | Reply More
Residents from a local charity enjoy a 1950s style tea dance at RAF Halton

Residents from a local charity enjoy a 1950s style tea dance at RAF Halton

On Wednesday 4th June residents, relatives and staff from six of the older people’s care homes run by local charity, The Fremantle Trust, spent the afternoon in the Sergeants’ Mess at RAF Halton enjoying a 1950s style tea dance. The special event was organised by the Trust’s Leisure & Lifestyle Manager, Junior Walker.  Commenting on […]

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