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Caring for residents living with dementia in our homes, we also link with our local communities, supporting families living with dementia outside our homes; whether it’s hosting drop-in coffee mornings for carers who need someone to talk to, or supporting charitable fundraisers that in turn support local people.

Sanctuary Care making Time for a Cuppa

Sanctuary Care has four care homes in the rural county of Oxfordshire which are located in beautiful settings and provide a range of residential, nursing, dementia, intermediate and palliative care
Why not support us to help Dementia UK by gathering your friends and family to pop along to one of our Time for a Cuppa events – a fantastic opportunity to meet our residents and the team and enjoy some fabulous cakes.

"Enjoy some fabulous cakes"

Sanctuary Care’s devoted staff are carefully chosen for their warm and compassionate nature and we believe that kindness is at the very heart of the care services we provide, with our teams caring for our residents as they would members of their own family.

Supporting those living with dementia

Caring for residents living with dementia in our homes, we also link with our local communities, supporting families living with dementia outside our homes; whether it’s hosting drop-in coffee mornings for carers who need someone to talk to, or supporting charitable fundraisers that in turn support local people.

Watlington and District Nursing Home

Dementia UK

Dementia UK is a cause close to all our hearts at Sanctuary Care as the charity funds much-needed Admiral Nurses across the country. These specialist dementia nurses provide a life-line to families as they deliver the essential care, advice and support which many local people rely on.

We show our support by uniting all our homes, from London to Sheffield, to support Dementia UK’s annual fundraiser Time for a Cuppa.

From 1st to 8th March, Dementia UK ask as many people as possible to make Time for a Cuppa and raise funds by bringing together friends, family and local communities by hosting traditional tea parties – and our homes up and down the country throw open their doors every year to do just that!

Making Time for a Cuppa in Oxfordshire

Why not support us to help Dementia UK by gathering your friends and family to pop along to one of our Time for a Cuppa events – a fantastic opportunity to meet our residents and the team and enjoy some fabulous cakes.

Yarnton Residential and Nursing Home

Rutten Lane, Yarnton OX5 1LW

Tel: 01865 849195

Enjoy a slice of something sweet on Friday 4th March 2.30-4.30pm, when the team host a flower power-themed tea party, where residents will be proudly showing off homemade floral headpieces and decorations they’ve lovingly created for the special occasion.

Iffley Residential and Nursing Home

Anne Greenwood Close, Iffley OX4 4DN

Tel: 01865 718402

Why not enjoy a mouth-watering cake while rolling up your sleeves to create beautiful bonnets with our residents at Iffley? The Anne Greenwood Close home is throwing open the doors on Tuesday 1st March 2-4pm to host a spring-themed Time for a Cuppa event, where the team will be dressed in their brightest yellow attire for the fundraising festivity.

Wantage Nursing Home

Garston Lane, Wantage OX12 7AR

Tel: 01235 774320

To help raise funds for Dementia UK, Wantage Nursing Home will host a daffodil tea party in honour of the Patron of Saint Wales on Tuesday 1st March 10am-12pm.

There will be an abundance of cakes to enjoy, as well as arts and crafts, as the residents will be creating homemade daffodils.

Watlington and District Nursing Home

Hill Road, Watlington OX49 5AE

Tel: 01491 613400

The team and residents are raising the ‘dough’ for Dementia UK by hosting their own cake sale. From mouth-watering cupcakes to chocolate muffins there will be plenty to choose from on Friday 4th March 10am-12pm.

You can read all about our home’s community events and other activities on our website.

 

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