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The annual Amesbury Abbey summer lunches took place the weekend of 16th & 17th July, with residents and families from both the nursing home and Abbey Mews enjoying fantastic weather over both days.
Amesbury Abbey has been featured in a Times2 article, published on 31st May 2016, spotlighting some of the most sought after care homes in the UK.
These delightful pictures show a bank of tulips at Sutton Manor that were donated in memory of one of our most long standing residents, Anne Kirkaldy,
It's taken a long time this year but spring has finally arrived at Amesbury Abbey.
The children and grandchildren of residents and staff enjoyed a fruitful Easter Egg Hunt at Amesbury Abbey
Residents from Amesbury Abbey visit Salisbury Cathedral for Magna Flora Flower Festival 2015
Residents from Amesbury Abbey and Winton House have a hoot with friends from the owl sanctuary.
Residents from Winton House & Amesbury Abbey enjoyed an joint afternoon outing to the beautiful Longstock Park Water Garden on the glorious Leckford Estate.
The Winton Dog Show, judged by Trisha Badham, took place this August.
Residents, families, guests and staff enjoy luncheon in the grounds of Sutton Manor.
Residents from Abbey Mews joined forces with those from Amesbury Abbey Nursing Home to celebrate the Royal Wedding in style.
It's been four months in the making but we can now reveal that the staff at Winton Nursing Home have published their special 2018 charity calendar.
Amesbury Abbey, Sutton Manor and Winton House will all be hosting open day events to celebrate National Care Home Open Day on Saturday April 21st between 10pm and 3pm and everyone's welcome.
Amesbury Abbey and Sutton Manor are making news once again as Jane Slade looks at historic homes across the country that have been given a new lease of life.
A fantastic time was had by all this October at our recent "Best of British" lunch, taking place in a suitably "suited and booted" Amesbury Abbey.