The Food Hygiene Rating Scheme runs in partnership with local authorities in England, Wales and Northern Island. The food hygiene rating or inspection result given to a business reflects the standards of food hygiene found on the date of inspection or visit by the local authority.
After the annual inspection, Windlesham Manor has yet again been awarded the highest level.
Every Sunday, Windlesham Manor loans its mini-bus to All Saints on Chapel Green, Crowborough so that the church can offer a mini bus service to those needing help getting to and from the service and worship sessions.
After one of the coldest winters in some time, Crowborough has finally warmed up and the flowers are loving it! The garden at Windlesham Manor has broken into colour and the front of the building is covered in its trademark purple Wisteria.
Mock inspections are held twice a year, these are based on the real CQC style inspections assessing all areas that official inspections could review including premises walk round and interviewing key staff to test their knowledge.
Boots also carries out inspections (usually twice a year) to ensure medicines are stored securely and correctly as well as auditing these supplies.
Windlesham Manor Manager Peter Granström will attend a Dementia Networking course in association with King’s College London on the 17th May, 2018.
Some of our very own residents will be gracing the silver screen on Tamzin Merchant’s short film, JULIET REMEMBERED, with Rakhee Thakrar from EASTENDERS.
“We spent two days shooting our film ‘Juliet Remembered’ at Windlesham Manor. A handful of residents joined us on-set, including one former actress. The whole team were taken with the beautiful and historic care home, which truly felt like a well-loved home, thanks to the passion and energy of its dedicated staff. Both the crew and residents had a wonderful time collaborating together and we look forward to sending Windlesham Manor a copy of the finished film.”
Residents on-set photoshoot: