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Show House Video Tour
The Home is currently embarking on a large scale development project. Take a look at our virtual tour here.
As usual, due to Marlene and her staff at Reef Caterers, as well as our wonderful Resident Michelle, Valentines Day was a special event for our Residents.
End of Year Staff Braai And Long Service Awards
On Friday 11 December we held an end of year staff braai, which included our Long Service Awards. All staff received a small gift to thank them for their outstanding service so far during the Covid lockdown.
Randpark Ridge United Church Father’s Group Spit Braai
On Saturday 19th December, the Father’s Group from the Randpark Ridge United Church held their annual spit braai for the Residents at Ann Harding. This is an event that the Residents really look forward to every year.
Honeydew Police Visit Ann Harding Cheshire Home
On Saturday 12th December, the Residents of the Ann Harding Cheshire Home received a festive visit from representatives of the Honeydew Police. Residents gathered outside, and were thrilled when the police arrived with sirens blaring.