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It’s all fun and Games at Rosewell House

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12 March 2020

It’s all fun and Games at Rosewell House

Residents at Rosewell House Extra Care Housing Scheme in Tonbridge have been enjoying their regular games nights.

Whether it’s the Tuesday Bingo or Thursday quiz, there’s always something going on at the Tudeley Lane scheme. This time, residents have been enjoying their weekly games night.

A few games of cards were on the cards for the competitive residents, as they gathered in the scheme’s restaurant for an evening of fun and plenty of laughter.

Jackie Little, Housing Officer at Rosewell House commented: “Social interaction is a really huge part of life here at Rosewell House. As part of our extra care housing model, we place a lot of emphasis on eating together and enjoying activities together, if residents want to of course.

“We’ve found that creates a real community atmosphere of looking out for one another and developing friendships and the residents of course have great fun at their regular activities.”

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