On 6 September Streets Meadow Care Home celebrated their 50th year anniversary.
The original foundations were laid in 1969 and the care home opened during that year. In 2006 Streets Meadow was rebuilt as the modern care home it is today, just next door to the former grounds of the original building.
The anniversary was celebrated with a PRIDE-themed lunch and music event, as this momentous occasion coincided with the 50th anniversary of the PRIDE movement, which is recognised for equality, diversity and inclusivity. At Streets Meadow we welcome and value individuality which doesn’t make us unique, but demonstrates the core values that Tricuro demonstrate so passionately for all our residents, friends, families and staff.
Our residents, families, friends and staff created bunting and posters, decorating the home for the party. A previous fundraising event supported the costs of the celebration, which was a huge success. Residents enjoyed fish and chips and ice creams from a local ice cream van, and a buffet was provided for families, friends and staff.
The celebrations were the perfect opportunity to say thank you to the amazing team of individuals who make the home what it is today.