Lunch out before a theatre trip

A trip to the theatre with a spot of lunch

A lovely spot of lunch with a Country cousins meal followed by an amazing trip to the theatre which our residents loved!

A resident using the new Digital Interactive Screen At Bluebell house

Our new interactive table

Our residents playing with our new interactive table by showcasing beautiful and intricate fireworks displays

Resident eating an ice cream at the seaside

I do like to be beside the seaside!!!

A few residents enjoyed a beautiful getaway beside the seaside along with a lovely rereshing ice-cream to cool down!

The Manor Residents Long Table Party

Long Table celebrations at The Manor.

The Manor’s residents loved the long table party which was held to celebrate the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee.

Chollacott House Jubiless Celebration

The Queen’s Jubilee at Chollacott.

Chollacott thoroughly enjoyed their garden party to celebrate the Queen’s Jubilee with a lovely display of sunshine and decorations.

Jubilee Decorative horses and resident

The Queens Platinum Jubilee at Bluebell House

The residents of Bluebell House were celebrating The Queens Platinum Jubilee with an unexpected and welcomed visitor.

Age UK Exeter Logo

Stonehaven Support Team raising money for Age UK Exeter

Four members of the Stonehaven Support team based in Buckfastleigh will be running the ’80’s Retro Run’ on Sunday 19th March. This is a 10km run around Exeter City Centre, along the canal paths, with the finish line at Exeter Quay. Through sponsorship, we will be raising money for Age UK Exeter. Come along and support us! The race starts at 9am, so we are hoping to be at the finish line just after 10am. Or sponsor us at:

Click here to enter the 80s Retro Run now!


High Tea at HMS Drake

Stonehaven Residents take high tea at HMS Drake

On the 13th May staff and residents from Chollacott House in Tavistock, were invited to High Tea by Commodore Graeme Little, who is Naval Base Commander, Devonport. Commodore Little said ‘We are delighted to act as host to such an interesting group of people. Many Naval personnel have relatives who are in residential or care homes so it is an area of expertise which is of great interest and importance to us.’ After a delicious cream tea, the residents were driven home in the Stonehaven spcially adapted minibus, The Wanderer. Stonehaven Director Ralphe Stone, who attended the tea, said ‘We are most grateful to the Royal Navy for such a wonderful experience.’