Sunnymead Residents and staff had a great day in Hillsborough, visiting the Castle and Gardens and lunch afterwards in Restaurant run by The Yellow Door!
Newly elected Lord Mayor, Mealla Campbell paid a special visit to Sunnynead Residential Home to visit her aunt Joan Bratton. Joan hosted her special guest in the
conservatory and proudly gave her a tour of the Sensory Garden, followed by a meet and greet with Sunnymead Residents
Everyone in Sunnymead would like to wish Mealla every success in her role as Lord Mayor of ABC Council over the next twelve months.
Linda Nesbitt (Home Proprietor), Resident Joan Bratton, Lord Mayor Mealla Campbell
Mealla with Senior Care Assistant Andrea Barnes
Ann- Marie and Joe enjoying a game of Bingo at Armagh Brolly Club.
The residents of Sunnymead Residential Home have been enjoying the sensory garden for almost a year now. It is a great way for residents to take time out with their families as well as get some exercise during outdoor armchair aerobics and walks. The garden is now in full bloom and is looking brighter every day, especially when the sun is shining! The residents in Sunnymead are looking forward to the Summer ahead and hope to enjoy many more days in the garden.
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Sunnymead gets into the spirit of Georgian Day with their Georgian Coffee Morning. A big thanks to everyone who supported us on the day, money raised went towards Air Ambulance NI and Sunnymead Residents Comfort fund.
We are delighted to announce that our new website is now live. It has been developed by a local web development company from Moira, Studio55.ie.
On 9th September 2017 residents and staff of Sunnymead Residential home in Armagh were very excited to welcome family and friends to their very special event, the grand opening of their new Sensory Garden.
A sensory garden is a garden environment that is designed with the purpose of stimulating the senses. This stimulation occurs courtesy of plants and the use of materials that engage one’s senses of sight, smell, touch, taste, and sound. The opening of the sensory garden in Sunnymead will provide a wonderful opportunity to residents to get out and about safely in a beautiful outdoor space.
Also present at this event were two very special guests in Paul Clarke MBE, Television Presenter and Journalist and Adeline McCauley a former resident of Sunnymead who turned 100 years old this year and who very kindly cut the ribbon for the official opening.
Sunnymead would like to thank all members of Sunnymead Community Association for their fantastic effort in fundraising for the garden. A cheque for a grand total of £7000 handed over at the opening.
Also in order to celebrate this wonderful event, residents and staff of Sunnymead decided to raise money for the Southern Area Hospice and Sunnymead would like to thank everyone for their very kind donations to this worthy cause.