One of the great things about St Peter’s is the fact we encourage our residents to continue their existing hobbies if they’re able to. That’s why we ask for lifestyle histories and interests – so we can facilitate any existing pastimes residents already have.
That could mean knitting scarfs for grandchildren, or photographing the wildlife in our garden. It could mean constructing model trains in the conservatory or just a game of chess against another resident.
We ensure your loved ones can do what makes them happy.
“All the family members are extremely grateful for all that was done for mother during the 17 months she spent with you. She was obviously content in her surroundings as she never once said that she didn't like where she was she never complained about anything.”
“She was well looked after and we were always made welcome when we came to visit. All the staff were very caring and friendly and we are very glad that we chose that mother came to you when she came out of hospital.”
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We do all we can to accommodate existing hobbies, but residents can also get involved with:
Christmas, Easter & seasonal festivities
Arts & crafts
Religious services & monthly church services
Of course, the best form of entertainment is a visit from a family member. We encourage regular visits from family and do our best to accommodate you. Whilst we try to keep visiting hours between 10am and 7pm we know that’s not possible for everyone, so can make alternative arrangements if this doesn’t suit your schedule.