Mayor congratulates 'outstanding' Frith House team
Frith House care home has marked its 'outstanding' rating from the
Care Quality Commission (CQC) with a celebration for residents,
staff and visitors.
began at the Burnham-On-Sea care home with breakfast and whilst
tucking into their usual breakfast of choice, residents were offered
a glass of Bucks Fizz.
care home was dressed from top to bottom with purple and gold decorations
ready for the guests to arrive.
and staff were joined by families, friends, colleagues, District
Nurses, Mayor Bill Hancock and his consort and wife, Frances. They
tucked into a delicious ploughmans lunch provided by the kitchen
staff and listened to speeches.
and Highbridge Mayor Bill Hancock spoke of his memories of Frith
House from years ago and how much it has grown over the years.
said in his speech how its brilliant for Burnham-on-Sea and
thanked the home for what they are doing for the town.
Angela Dupont spoke at the celebrations: "Outstanding; it means
conspicuous, impressive, standing out from the rest. You listen,
youre resilient and responsive, as well as being well-led.
You have staff who give the best possible care."
lunch was served, the entertainment started with live music from
got everyone up dancing, including David, a resident at Frith House
who grabbed the microphone and performed a duet with Des. David
said it brought back fond memories of taking part in karaoke nights
in the local pubs and really enjoyed the chance to perform.
ran into the evening with a fish and chip supper, one of the residents
on the event, Manager Vicki Mitchell said: "I would like to
thank everyone for working hard to make today a success. It has
been absolutely fantastic to celebrate our achievement."
incredibly proud of our Outstanding rating from the
CQC and it felt right to invite to celebrate that with so many of
our friends and family."
The team celebrating their 'Outstanding' rating