May News Round #4

Famous poetry: Fill in the blank

I wandered _____ as a cloud

a) lonely

b) lightly

c) free

Name the British food

This week in history

  • 13th May 1912 – The Royal Flying Corps, now known as the Royal Air Force, was established
  • 15th May 1929 – England lose 4-3 to Spain in the first international football match

Previous Answers

  • Poetry quiz – a) drink
  • British Foods – Lancashire hotpot

National Nurses Day

Today is National Nurses Day!

A special thank you to the Nurses at Valerie Manor, who in 2020 won the National Best Nursing Team at the Care Home Awards. The whole team at the Home has worked tirelessly for the past 14 months to care for not only the residents but relatives and each other too.

We are also proud to say that we have remained COVID free.

We would also like to thank all the nurses throughout the NHS & Social Care who have supported us in the past year, a special thanks to all nurses at Steyning Medical Centre, Rhia Evans & Wendy Hartley at Worthing Hospital, nurses at St Barnabas House and the local PHE team for continuous advice and guidance.

The video below says it all!

May News Round #3

Famous poetry: Fill in the blank

Water, water, everywhere, nor any drop to ______

a) drink

b) pour

c) share

Name the British food

This week in history

  • 11th May 1950 – Jeremy Paxman, British journalist, television presenter and author, is born in Leeds
  • 12th May 1945 – The first book of the Thomas the Tank Engine series is published, entitled ‘The Three Railway Engines’

Previous Answers

  • Poetry quiz – c) dreams
  • British Foods – Summer pudding

May News Round #2

Famous poetry: Fill in the blank

Tread softly because you tread on my ______

a) toes

b) hopes

c) dreams

Name the British food

This week in history

  • 4th May 1953 – The Duke of Edinburgh is awarded his RAF pilot ‘wings’ during a private ceremony at Buckingham Palace
  • 6th May 1960 – In the first televised royal wedding, Princess Margaret, sister of Queen Elizabeth II marries Anthony Armstrong-Jones at Westminster Abbey

Previous Answers

  • Poetry quiz – b) yellow
  • British Foods – Cornish Pasty