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Book Your Room With a Vue Now - at Ilkeston

A fabulous day saw the opening of the latest Eastgate Nursing Dementia Carehome - Canal Vue at Ilkeston, on Friday.

The sun shone through on this great location - as the Mayor of Erewash and local MP Jessica Lee joined our many other guests and started the opening.

Canal Vue, Awsworth Rd, llkeston, Derby DE7 8JF


To book your room with a Vue - call Care Home Manager Kirsty Carter on; Mobile - 07436 583635.

Everyone enjoyed taking a look at this development with its unique décor, spacious lounges and rooms over looking the



 Now taking enquiries for residents.
 Call 0115 979 1234 Option for Canal Vue  email kirsty.carter@eastgatecare.co.uk




Posted on 02 Mar 2014
Grand Opening with Style at Park House - Bulwell, Nottingham

The Lord Mayor of Nottingham - Councillor Merlita Bryan and Councillors Morris and Hartshorne, joined us for the opening of the New Dementia Care Wing at Park House.  


The Mayor said 'It is a family place, welcoming to and for families and it has been made to look so attractive too' she remarked.

On this special occasion the Lord Mayor opened the proceedings, (pictured left cutting the ribbon, to pronounce the home open, with Eastgate's Operations Manager, Sue Clifford)....

Following a tour of the 'old & the new' building, which included meeting the residents at lunch, helping with the washing up and visiting residents in their rooms!




Care Home manager Jacqui Inglis  welcomed everyone to the lovely spacious new wing at Park House, with 17 en-suite rooms.


 'Everyone has remarked on the outstanding style that we have here and we look forward to welcoming our new residents and offering our special level of Gold Standard Care' said Jacqui



(pictured with the Gold Standard Quality award below, which Park house received in 2013)



A range of professionals, suppliers and working partners joined us for this special occasion - Arts, Pharmaceutical,  Adult Services, Carers & Law personnel  - a great cross section showed interest as

Guest speaker - lead from the Nottingham City Dementia Outreach team - shared her knowledge about dementia and the services available from this pioneering facility in the city.

The 'Outreach' team helps with early diagnosis of dementia, which can mean that individuals receive more appropriate treatment and thus experience better daily life. We were all better informed about the roles performed and the offerings available.

After which guests were able to enjoy lunch, home made delicacies (prepared by Lesley the Park House cook - pictured) mingle and have a look at the new facilities.





Wide corridors join the spacious bedrooms, which all have their own large en-suite facilities. A huge L shaped lounge with a glass frontage, gives great visibility of the surroundings and makes the whole unit

bright and attractive. Easy access enables individuals to move through to the lime-green dining area.This will provide superb much needed extra care facilities with access to the experienced - Gold Standard Park House Nursing Team.

Pictured below one of the colour co-ordinated spacious new rooms.






The new reception area provides great visibility of the home and will be a pleasant working environment too.

Jacqui looking comfortable at work, pictured with receptionist and Co-ordinator Caroline Downing in their lovely new surroundings. Caroline was kept busy at the opening showing guests around the premises.





Posted on 10 Feb 2014
Welcome - Kirsty comes to Canal Vue

Welcome to our latest addition - Care Home Manager - Kirsty Carter - who has joined the Canal Vue Team in February,


   ..................................bringing with her over 16 years experience within the care home environment. Throughout her career Kirsty has always shown commitment and dedication to her vocation, which Kirsty feels is imperative in the running of a care home.

She believes that being sympathetic and understanding of the needs of the elderly and their families is a key part of running a successful home. We look forward to working with Kirsty and welcoming our new residents to Canal Vue.


.....................Now lots to do to get ready for the grand opening at the end of the month.


Opening February 28th 2014


Call 0115 979 1234

Or email Marie—marie@eastgatecare.co.uk

to arrange a visit



Canal Vue, Awsworth Rd, llkeston,

Derby DE7 8JF


Public Open Days

Saturday 1st—Sunday 2nd March

12 – 4 pm

Posted on 31 Jan 2014
Inspirational Singing & Drawing at Bulwell's Park House

Singing entertainer Alex Belfield inspired our residents to sing and dance and Activities Co-ordinator Tara inspired Irene to write a Christmas Card;


Left resident Pat joins in for a dance with Alex and below she shows she can sing too, pictured with our staff!

Below, resident Irene has a go at painting, which led to her writing her first Christmas card in years.

Activities Co-ordinator Tara gets the residents involved with a variety of enriching activities



Irene's son Stephen pictured receiving his Card from Mum. He was thrilled, for the first time she had managed to write 'Love from Mum'




Posted on 16 Jan 2014
Outings and Art For Melbourne House Residents

Lots of Trips and treats for our residents, followed by their own creativity;


Activity Co-ordinator Charise took residents to enjoy the Christmas Market in the City Centre.

Part of the outing involved getting the local bus, which they enjoyed as they were able to see lots of the local sites on the way 'to town'. Resident Maureen enjoys the attractions ofthe 'animal' stall and had her picture taken with this attractive Tigger!


One of the popular stalls to visit was inevitably the Fudge emporium. The flavours  help recall bygone days and there is no one doing portion control! Pictured resident Phillip.

The residents really enjoyed getting 'out and about' in their local city.

For 2014 our residents are embarking on an Arts and Crafts course run by Central College Nottingham.

Pictured below they have a go at drawing common objects and next week they will be doing some pottery.


Art gives individuals a great sense of purpose and being able to 'create' something gives them an enormous sense of achievement and pleasure.


Artwork created by resident Phillip above. He is creating lots and inspiring our other residents. He likes working with pens and is self taught.

Posted on 14 Jan 2014

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