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Skylark House spreads festive cheer in Horsham

December 19th 2016

i-wellmeadow-cafe-opening-7Skylark House is inviting older people from the local community to join its Christmas dinner.

From 10:30am on Christmas Day, the Care UK team at Skylark House on St Marks Lane will welcome older people from the local community to join their festivities, to ensure that they have somebody to spend this special day with.

Guests will be welcome to join the residents for their morning celebrations. After a special Christmas Day lunch, the home will be showing a selection of festive films in its cinema for all to enjoy. There will also be plenty of traditional games before the evening buffet of tasty treats is served.

Skylark House home manager, Devendra Lallchand, said: “Here at Skylark House, we are looking forward to celebrating Christmas with all of the residents and their families. We make every effort to ensure that residents feel at home during this special time of the year, and hope to share this feeling with the local community.

“We hope that the people of Horsham will let their older neighbours and friends know about the opportunity, so that nobody has to be alone on Christmas Day.”

To join in with the day, simply visit and register your details.

For more information on Skylark House, please call Karen Davies on 01403 887578, email or visit 

Skylark House, our modern purpose-built care home in Horsham, West Sussex, opened its doors in late 2016. If you’re looking for a beautiful new care home in Horsham for an older loved one, Skylark House offers an impressive range of round-the-clock, personalised care services to cater for their unique needs. The team at our 82-bed home has the skills and experience to deliver the very best in nursing and short term respite care as well as specialist care for people living with Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia.

Skylark House
St Marks Lane
RH12 5PU

0333 321 1995

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