News & Events

Christmas stockings sent by local children given to older people in Malvern

Posted on 10 December 2018

Clients of Triangle Home Care Malvern were delighted to receive beautifully decorated Christmas stockings from local school children. The stockings were handmade by Great Malvern Priory Knit and Knatter Group. They were then decorated by children from Northleigh C of E Primary School and distributed by home care staff during their visits. Triangle Home Care Malvern…

Our strategy 2018-2023: Building better outcomes for all

Posted on 6 December 2018

Our strategic objectives for the next five years are summarised in this document. We have refreshed our vision, mission and values to reflect changes to the way people want care and support. Our plan for the future is to continue to provide high quality services and activities that are both personalised to individual needs and…

Join a magical Christmas Bazaar at our Essex care home

Posted on 30 November 2018

Join our magical Christmas Bazaar on Saturday 8 December from 2pm – 5pm at New Copford Place care home in Essex. The local community are invited to take part in festive activites and enjoy the holiday season with residents and staff.  There will be a range of activities available, including games, raffles, refreshments and entertainment.…

Financial support available to help older people stay warm in winter

Posted on 15 November 2018

We believe that no one should face having to keep the heating switched off when temperatures drop. Friends of the Elderly offer grants to older people in England and Wales, who are over the state retirement age and living on low incomes. Applications can be for financial support towards the older person’s home essentials, bills and household…

Remembrance Day honoured by Friends of the Elderly care home residents

Posted on 12 November 2018

Residents across our care homes came together on Sunday 11 November to mark the end of World War One. Remembrance Day inspired a range of activities, helping residents to honour and remember those affected by the war. Bernard Sunley care home in Woking held a crafts session. Residents created a beautiful tree filled with hand-made…