Month: March 2020

Covid-19 Update relating to visiting the Home

At this moment in time we are being led by the Government’s advice, and as everyone is aware, this can change on a day to day basis.

Visits to the home are not allowed or restricted, so if you do want to visit please contact the home directly to discuss this.

We want to ensure you that we believe we have the correct procedures in place for all types of scenarios that we can foresee.  It goes without saying all our staff are professional in their approach to keep the Residents safe.

At present the Home remains open and its ‘business as usual’ and we hope it stays that way.

We will keep the website updated on any changes.

Anthony Reeley – CEO Chace Care Group

March’s Highlights

Birthday greetings for March go to John on the 19th and Denise  on the 22nd

Activities with TOFF this month include, singing for the Brain, take a trip down memory lane, dog walking, Past and Present – share a memory and Cinema Club, these will be in either the Blue Lounge or wherever the biggest group gathers.

The Garden Club members are enabled to be out each day for planting, weeding and watering.

We also have the following events taking place throughout the month: –

Date Time and Place Event
Tues 3rd March 2:00pm Pink Lounge Songs and Music
Wed 18th March 2:00pm Pink Lounge Singing Therapy
Tues 17th March 2.00pm Pink Lounge Tea Dance
Fri 27th March 2.00pm Blue Lounge Communion with Rev. Dave

Residents are able to access the community for trips out including:
The local Pub and Coffee shops
Clive’s Fruit Farm
Bands in the Park
Visits to Malvern, Upton and Ledbury


We are aware of recent heightened concerns in the local community regards the spread of Covid-19 (Coronavirus) and would like to make you aware of what we are doing in order to minimise the potential risk to everyone involved with our business. We take our health, safety and Infection Control very seriously. We have specialist air purifiers within the home along with appropriate cleaning products and routines for staff and visitors. It is sensible for us all to make ourselves aware of the symptoms published by the NHS and remain vigilant and ask if you are unwell or have concerns about potentially being infected by any disease/virus then please reframe from visiting the home. If you have any concerns please visit the Government site: