The Heathers - Care News

Bromley Care Home News

Keeping up to date with the outside World is key to independent thinking, developing opinions and avoiding isolation. As these are all important factors in the lives of our residents, we urge you to keep in touch and ensure we are up to date with your news...we'll certainly up date you with ours...and theirs...on a regular basis.

Archive of: The Home

  • Coronavirus Update

    Coronavirus Update

    We are taking the Coronavirus very seriously and ask all family to please not to visit your loved ones at this time of uncertainty.

  • Church Service

    Twice a month at The Heathers Alan Keinlen, Accredited Lay Preacher, provides a church service for the staff and residents.

  • Celebrating Paddy's Day!

  • World Book Day 2016

    We celebrated World Book Day by dressing up, reading, listening to audio-books and discussing our favourite books.

  • Christmas Day 2015

    A festive day was had at The Heathers on the 25th of December 2015.

  • Lest we Forget…

    The Heathers tribute to our fallen. Poppies galore!

  • We have a mini bus!

    The Heathers is proud to now own our very own 15 seater mini bus.

  • SG Productions entertains...

    Music in the carehome

  • Heathers 30th Anniversary

    To help celebrate our 30th year providing care for the elderly, we are hosting a party for residents, relatives, staff, friends and family.

  • The refurbishment concludes!

    Over the past 18 months The Heathers Residential Care Home has gone through a major refurbishment, to help improve the lives of its residents and working conditions for its staff.


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Joan really perked up when I told her of your kind offer to take me down to see Joan at Halstead. So, if the offer is still open, she is looking forward to seeing both of us on Thursday 26th, at any time in the afternoon. To confirm this, I suggested you might giver her a ring tomorrow morning to let her know what you've decided. I can't tell you how much I appreciate this Helen, both for Joan (who is thoroughly fed-up) and myself.