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.
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.
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.