A Jubilee to remember at Czajka Care Group
June was full of excitement and celebrations at Czajka Care Group, with a wonderful array of Jubilee events and parties across our five family-run care homes and nursing homes in West Yorkshire.
With parties, BBQ's DJ's, live music and even a candy floss making machine - we welcomed so many family and friends to our parties and will always remember the Jubilee!
Czajka Care Group’s managing director, Konrad Czajka, said: “We celebrated the Silver Jubilee in 1977, the Golden Jubilee in 2002, the Diamond Jubilee in 2012 and this year we went all out for the Platinum Jubilee!
“We really did celebrate in style and the time, effort and creativity show by our fabulous teams across our five care homes and nursing homes was amazing!
“Residents, their families, and friends were all part of the Jubilee parties. At Currergate Nursing Home in Steeton we had two long tables set up outside our home, like a street party on the patio and had a fabulous lunch with live entertainment and plenty of balloons and union jacks!
“At Brookfield Care Home in Nab Wood, Shipley the residents all had crowns and flags, and tucked into delicious Jubilee themed cakes during a special afternoon tea.
“At Beanlands Care Home in Cross Hills, between Skipton and Keighley, we had a fantastic day with many families and friends joining us. Staff dressed up and we had fabulous live entertainment from singers, Adele and Renato. We even had a special ‘guest star’ with residents and guests being able to pose for pictures with a giant cardboard cut-out of the Queen!
“Younger residents at our specialist home, Staveley Birkleas, had a huge party outside, with a live DJ, fabulous BBQ and candy floss machine, which was very popular with our residents! The cakes and sweet treats were all Union Jack themed and delicious!”
“In addition to all the Jubilee celebrations this month, our residents at Fairmount Nursing Home in the heart of Nab Wood welcomed the talented Young Voices Choir from Saltaire Primary School who sang some wonderful songs. Our younger residents from Staveley Birkleas were also entertained, when they went to the cinema to see the new Top Gun, Maverick movie, and we are so grateful to be able to enjoy all these wonderful activities again, which we really missed when Covid restrictions were in place.”
The dedicated team at Czajka Care Group provides respite care, short-breaks, day care, full-time care and palliative care for people aged 65 and over at Fairmount Nursing Home and Brookfield Care Home in Nab Wood, Shipley and Currergate Nursing Home in Steeton and Beanlands Nursing Home in Cross Hills, between Skipton and Keighley.
Czajka Care Group also owns and runs Staveley Birkleas Nursing Home - the specialist nursing home in the North - which cares for young people from the age of 18 through to 64, who have a variety of needs including amputees, people with brain injuries, Multiple Sclerosis (MS), Motor Neuron Disease, Huntington’s, Epilepsy and many other complex conditions.
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