Residents at Sherwood Grange were delighted to welcome a special guest when Sooty the pony visited the home.
Broadwater Lodge has welcomed special new residents in the form of farm animals, unveiling the first on-site farm at a UK care home.
Millers Grange has announced the appointment of its home manager.
Residents at Charlotte House welcomed a very special ‘neigh-bour’ when Sooty the pony visited.
Queen's Court has launched its new suite with the help of a VIP guest.
A resident from Davers Court took to the skies to inspire others and tick a wish off her bucket list.
The team at Knebworth welcomed people from the community and the Mayor of Welwyn Hatfield to a special performance of a unique play which explores the impact dementia can have.
Residents and team members at almost 50 Care UK homes have decided that they love poetry so much, they will be holding a special event on 4th October to celebrate National Poetry Day.
A local lady has won a competition to name a brand new care home in Sidcup.
Care UK has recently implemented a number of changes to the overall fee structure for residents who fund their own residential or nursing care without financial support from their local authority.
Milner House is inviting the local community to celebrate its refurbishment with an exclusive first look inside the purpose-built facilities.
Murrayside is inviting the local community to celebrate its completion with an exclusive first look inside the purpose-built facilities.
Two local ladies have won a competition to help name a brand-new care home in Chester
Residents at Appleby House have recently welcomed special new residents in the form of guinea pigs, Bubble and Squeak.
Local school children have created eye-catching artwork to help decorate part of Edinburgh’s newest care home.
Mountbatten Grange is asking the community to nominate ‘’local heroes’ for the chance to win a £300 cash prize.
Residents at Tor-Na-Dee had the chance to get up close with creatures great and small when they were visited by some feathered friends.
A resident at Winchcombe Place has been awarded an Armed Forces Veteran Badge to mark his efforts during the Second World War.
Care UK homes and colleagues have taken an incredible eight out of 28 finalist places in the highly coveted Suffolk Care Awards.
Care UK colleagues from deputy manager to managing director have been named as six of the country’s leaders in care – in a list containing only fifty people.
A wish came true for a resident at Whitebourne when they spent the day at Windsor Castle.
Residents at Cedrus House were given the opportunity to get up close to a loveable giant.
Sandfields surprised residents with a trip to Cheltenham Racecourse, courtesy of the Riding for the Disabled Association.
Ambleside invited local people to step right up and experience its very own circus.
Time, investment and dedication have seen Care UK’s Colchester-based facilities management team reach the finals of a nationwide competition to find the team who have made the greatest impact on their organisation’s performance.