Whether it's an afternoon tea party or a trip to the seaside, our residents are always getting involved with lots of activities. Click on the news stories below to read about what they have been upto recently.
Residents Star as Everyday Heroes in Society’s Superhero Style Annual Report
The Abbeyfield Kent Society, a charity that provides housing and care to older people across the county, has unveiled its 2014 comic book style annual report.
Rogers' Residents Revisit Past with 60s Celebration
Residents, staff, volunteers and guests of Rogers House residential home embraced an afternoon of nostalgic fun and enjoyed a themed 1960s style party.
Charity Granted Planning Permission to Build Care Home and Extra Care Scheme in Tonbridge
The Abbeyfield Kent Society has succeeded in ensuring that the needs of the older people of Tonbridge are met. Plans to build a much-needed care home and extra care scheme in replacement of the current Woodgate residential home have now been approved.
97-year-old Florry’s Creativity Keeps her Young
Keen painter and Northwood Road resident, Florry Wilson tells us why she loves painting and why older people should be more creative.
Rogers' Residents Makeover Day
Residents at Rogers House in Gillingham enjoyed a day of pampering and photography with local students.