AGE CARE ASSOCIATION’S NEW INLAND COFFEE MORNING A HUGE SUCCESS
Age care’s new coffee morning inland venture at Coin was a huge success with over 30 people attending in the first week. People had the opportunity to meet each other and there was lots of conversation and laughter. Delia Lambert, Welfare Leader and her two new welfare volunteers were absolutely delighted at the attendance and how people interacted.
It will be every Thursday at Cafe Festival, La Trocha, Coin which is situated on the first floor of La Trocha Shopping Centre between 11am – 1pm. There is plenty of parking and a lift.
If you live in Coin and would be interested in becoming a welfare volunteer, driver or translator, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
AGE CARE ASSOCIATION HOST TALK BY HELICOPTEROS SANITARIOS
Age Care Association at their Day Care Centre, Calahonda hosted an informative talk and presentation by Helicopteros Sanitarios. They were kind enough to send one of their fully fitted ambulances and staff which consisted of a Doctor, a male nurse and a technician who chatted with some people and gave free blood pressure tests to those who wanted it, which was most appreciated. Many of the visitors had a look round the ambulance and were later informed that all ambulances are fitted with up-to-date technological and portable equipment which is essential when responding to a call from a person who may live in accommodation where the ambulance cannot gain access.
AGE CARE HOSTS SUMMER TEA PARTY
Age Care Association hosted their annual summer Tea Party on May 25th 2016 for 85 clients and guests including some from Costa Care Nursing Services, in the beautiful surroundings of the Tamisa Golf Hotel overlooking the sparkling, blue swimming pool and the undulating green slopes of the golf course. Holding a special event enables clients who would otherwise not attend any functions, to meet, chat, socialise and enjoy being in a totally different environment which is stunning.
Everybody was served a traditional English high tea of delicious sandwiches and quiche followed by a selection of yummy sponge cakes and of course, scones with jam and cream. The food and the service were first class and thoroughly enjoyed by all.
The entertainment was fabulous and was provided by Martin Joseph who is part of the Rat Pack Group of singers. As a complete opposite Elvis made a surprise appearance! Andy Elvis King as he is known sang a selection of Elvis songs, much to the delight of the audience. Once again ‘Mania Performers’ an amazing group of singers and entertainers led by Alex Avery volunteered their time, and dressed in Pearly King and Queen outfits gave a rou
sing performance, singing many well known World War 2 songs. Many of the audience joined in whole-heartedly. Age Care would sincerely like to thank all the entertainers for such a brilliant afternoon.
The event was thoroughly enjoyed by all.