Sheffield care home staff create on-site bar for residents

Residents at a care home in Sheffield have been enjoying pints, and pub snacks with views across the city after staff created their own on-site café and bar.

By Kian Rains
Saturday, 12th June 2021, 1:46 pm

Staff at Wood Hill Lodge care home in Sheffield have transformed their daytime seating area into an all singing and dancing café and bar.

Residents can enjoy a pint, cocktail or glass of wine and never have to ring the bell for last orders.

Terrance Farrell, 86 years old, a lifelong Sheffield resident who used to work as a butcher, has always enjoyed a drop of whiskey in his evening cup of tea and is enjoying a regular trip to the bar.

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Terrance Farrell, 86, enjoying a trip to the bar.

Terry said: “I love to sit in my comfy chair relaxing looking out at the views over Sheffield. Sometimes I am so relaxed I could nod off. It’s the perfect place to sit and have a pint.”

Nicola Ibbotson, Manager, Wood Hill Lodge, said: “We have all missed our pubs in the last year. We wanted to give the people we support their very

own space to have a drink, meet friends and enjoy each other’s company. It has been lovely to see people we support having a laugh with a pint and a packet of pork scratchings whilst enjoying our incredible views of Sheffield City.”

Wood Hill Lodge is a purpose-built home in Sheffield that has been designed to support people living with dementia. The home provides full-time residential, nursing and specialist dementia care for people in Sheffield and surrounding areas.

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