Friends of Fenners Newsletter – Summer 2020

Friends of Fenners Newsletter – Summer 2020

We are really sad to report the death of Steven Gore, resident at Fenners for 30 years. He passed away peacefully after a short spell in hospital. During his time at Fenners, Steven enjoyed a wide range of activities and hobbies. He used to attend NANSA (support for...
Friends of Fenners Newsletter – Spring 2020

Friends of Fenners Newsletter – Spring 2020

We have been staying in!  Like everyone else, residents at Fenners have been adapting to a new routine and pace of life.  People are missing their regular offsite activities and places of work, and also the opportunity to pop out for shopping or a drink. Residents are...
Friends of Fenners Newsletter Christmas 2019

Friends of Fenners Newsletter Christmas 2019

Achievements & Activities  Over the last few weeks, as the weather has turned, Residents have been involved in various seasonal activities, such as collecting leaves on autumn walks, Halloween craft activities and pumpkin carving in the house and attending LEAF...
Friends of Fenners Newsletter – Autumn 2019

Friends of Fenners Newsletter – Autumn 2019

What’s been happening?  Summer outings have included Banham Zoo trips, a Broads boat trip with the Nancy Oldfield Trust, ten pin bowling, The Norfolk Show, cinema in Bury and Norwich, birthday meals out, Thornham Walks and Needham Lakes. We are grateful to...
Friends of Fenners Newsletter Christmas 2018

Friends of Fenners Newsletter Christmas 2018

Achievements & Activities  Outings and activities continue: Thursday morning daycare activities are chosen by the residents at the beginning of each month. There have been visits to High Lodge, Thetford and Bury st Edmunds, as well as a pottery session at Henry...
Friends of Fenners Newsletter – Autumn 2018

Friends of Fenners Newsletter – Autumn 2018

We took part in Bressingham and Fersfield Open Gardens when visitors from Diss and surrounding villages came and admired the raised beds in our south garden; roses, lavender, petunias and other bedding plants, as well as vegetables and fruit bushes. The vegetables the...