Ageism could be the reason younger people ignore Covid self-distancing rules, say professors

‘The Covid lock-down has brought older people into the spotlight,’ commented a journalist, ‘but do you think in the right way?’ Read more

Building Muscle also Builds the Brain

An Australian study has shown for the first time how doing strength exercises slows or even halts degeneration in the brain Read more

What does the New Year hold for you?

As 2021 begins you may be wondering what it holds for you. One thing is certain you will find God has a purpose for you. Read more

Craft a Christmas wreath

This Christmas wreath idea from Luff House, Walton-on-the Naze, makes a lovely festive symbol of togetherness Read more

Recipe - Date Confection

We share a recipe with a special historical connection to Pilgrims' Friend Society Read more

Digital devotions at Florence House

Through the power of technology and perseverance, our team at Florence House have been working hard to support the spiritual life of the home Read more

Q&A with Neal Shelton-Green

Neal Shelton-Green has joined our Renewal Programme as Assistant Director of Operations (Commissioning) Read more

How a cup of good cocoa can benefit your brain

In my talks I often recommend that caregivers treat themselves to a ‘hot chocolate moment’. Read more

Santa will have to wear a facemask, but it’s going to be a great Christmas in care homes

It’s the best Christmas gift for many families, the government’s announcement that Covid regulations in care homes would be relaxed. Read more

What have we learnt that can bring a ‘new normal’ in the New Year?

Louise Morse was recently asked, ‘What do we need to learn, going forward into the New Year?’... read her response here. Read more

Christmas Memories - Pilgrim Gardens

Those living at Pilgrim Gardens, Leicester, put together a collective poem of Christmas memories Read more

Christmas Memories - Pat and John

Pat and John, who live at Bethany Christian Home in Plymouth, share their Christmas memories Read more