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17/06/2020 Read Our Covid-19 Related News
"I moved to Wadswick Green about a year ago and I really enjoy the fact that I can maintain my independence. I moved quite locally, so I have a complete life outside of Wadswick Green - I still play tennis and have a lot of friends in Bath. As Wadswick Green is a village set up, it is very easy to make friends here, but people also respect your privacy and I really like that.
I enjoy playing croquet and boules here and use the pool and gym regularly. Although I haven’t joined many of the social groups and clubs yet, this is definitely something I plan to do more of in the future.
Over the lockdown period I have very much appreciated the fact that Zumba has been happening in the courtyard each week. Maria, the instructor, comes with her music and a microphone and we all dance around and try and be energetic.
Although I haven’t needed any help over the lockdown period, it is nice to know that even in very difficult circumstances staff have remained extremely loyal to residents. I like the mix of being independent but knowing that there is a great support unit behind me if I ever need it, and the staff always do it so discreetly.
I’m very grateful to all the staff at Wadswick Green for looking after us so well over the lockdown period. I know a lot of the staff come from abroad and they have had their own worries about parents in Europe, but they’ve been so supportive, and kind and I appreciate them so much. They have made it as good as it possibly could be."
Interview 17th June 2020
Hilary moved to Wadswick Green in 2016 and she always joins the Christmas lunch at The Greenhouse Restaurant. She lived in Australia for several years and still has most of her family there, so she appreciates being able to celebrate Christmas with the friends she has at Wadswick Green.
18/11/2020 General, Case Study
Bill Rex, 83, who has been living at Mickle Hill for 3 years, organised a charity walk to raise funds for Children in Need. As part of this he led 10 residents on a 2-mile walk across the countryside and they successfully raised £680 in donations from residents and members of staff at Mickle Hill.
11/11/2020 General, Case Study
As we enter the latest phase of the national response to Covid-19, Rangeford Villages continues to adhere to the updated Government guidelines. It is of course vitally important that residents remain safe, are able to live their lives the way they want to, but always within the latest restrictions.
05/11/2020 General, Wadswick Green, Corporate, Siddington Park, Read Our Covid-19 Related News