Arbour Walk has been selected as a finalist for the Healthcare Design Awards 2024 in the Best Specialist or Dementia Care Design category. This recognition is a testament to our commitment to providing exceptional care environments at Cedar Care Homes.
Here at Cedar Care, we are deeply saddened by the passing of her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II on Thursday the 8th of September.
She was our longest serving monarch and the single strand that connects all of us, young and old, in a shared history that stretches from the early part of the 20th century to our present place in the 21st.
This is a time to mourn but also a time to reflect and to celebrate. To reflect on the passing of time and all that it entails. To reflect on family and what we mean to each other. To reflect on the young woman who was never intended to take on this role – and to celebrate the strength and character it took to give wholly and devoutly to those she led through times of hardship and times of great change. She was mother, grandmother and great grandmother not just to her own family, but to a family of nations.
Residents and staff from Arbour Walk decided to support Alzheimer’s society by organising a Memory Walk in their neighbourhood.
Despite a few cancellations due to poor weather conditions, it didn’t stop them from completing the walk on a beautiful sunny Saturday, the 9th of October.
We want to thank all participants who came and supported our residents with the trip. They managed to walk a couple of miles and raise fabulous £435 for the Alzheimer’s Society from your kind donations.
Please see below a small gallery from the Memory Walk: