Category: Drumdarroch

Drumdarroch Xmas Jumpers!

We held a 2 day Christmas Jumper event at Drumdarroch this week.

Staff, residents and relatives all joined in.

We raised £82 for Northsound’s Cash for Kids Appeal.

We will contact Northsound to come to collect the money from a resident.

Drumdarroch Care Home – Burns Day Celebration

On Wednesday we celebrated Burns Day with a traditional haggis, neeps and tatties lunch.   We were helped by Laura (our pitch perfect piper) and our volunteer Ian, who addressed the haggis with much enthusiasm!

A great meal from our kitchen and a few drams were enjoyed by all!


Drumdarroch – Twister with the staff

Things might be difficult at the moment but we are still finding time for fun at Drumdarroch. Last week we had a staff game of Twister. Our residents were very much in control of things though, throwing the dice to have us bent over backwards!! We were battered and bruised but not broken!

Hello from Insch School to Drumdarroch Residents

Hello from Drumdarroch!
We are all well here in Drumdarroch Care Home.   It’s been a little quiet without visitors but we are all keeping busy.
We are missing our visits from the Insch School pupils but they have been very busing keeping in touch with us by drawing lovely pictures which we have put up on the walls throughout our home.
They are really making us smile and we will enjoy sending pictures back to them.

Chinese New Year at Drumdarroch

On the 24th of January we celebrated the Chinese New Year at Drumdarroch.   We decorated our home with lanterns and had Chinese food as an option on our menu.   We were also very lucky to be able to borrow a Chinese Dragon costume!    He was HUGE and needed 7 people to operate him!   He danced around the dining room at lunchtime then in the afternoon our visiting school pupils took him for a walk around the home.  We named him KEITH!!!!

Christmas at Drumdarroch

Christmas preparation started in November at Drumdarroch. We made Christmas cards, decorations and biscuits with our local school pupils.

The Nursery children came and sang Christmas songs with us.   Our resident retired Postman spent many mornings delivering Christmas cards to the other residents.   We attended a Christmas Tea Dance at our local Kirk Hall and had a visit from Santa who travelled to us in a fire engine!   At our Christmas party on the 19th of December we were beautifully entertained by one of our regular visiting singers, Mr Bill Black, and the Christmas Fairy herself even put in an appearance!!