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Village news

Pic’s factory visit

Mother’s Day

Recently townhouse and independent apartment residents visited the new Pic’s Peanut Butter factory in Stoke. Resident Wendy Aitchison’s son Craig was part of a team that created a giant Pic’s jar at the front of the factory. Residents were treated to a tour and then afternoon tea at the factory site.

A delicious afternoon tea was created by our lovely chefs for a Mother’s Day function. The atrium was decorated in pink with balloons dotted throughout the garden and the fine china was brought out. Residents enjoyed a lovely cuppa whilst chatting to their friends and family. Rebecca Wilson entertained on the piano and it was a special day.

Pictured: Residents enjoy the sunshine and setting outside the Stoke factory.

Pictured: Residents Hazel Rollinson and Helen Lee.

Staff profile

Introducing Lakshmi

Hello, my name is Lakshmi Gopi and I am a caregiver here at the village.

I feel that the best thing I can do for residents is to make them feel at home.

Four years ago, I emigrated to New Zealand. I have been working at the village for almost two years now and I’m really loving it.

I love working with fellow Ryman staff – we all look after and support one another.

I enjoy helping people and putting smiles on their faces.

I enjoy helping people and putting smiles on their faces.

I learn quite a lot from my nursing colleagues. Their lessons will definitely help me when I start studying towards my nursing degree next year.

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Ryman provides residents with a home and staff look after them amazingly. In my free time I really enjoy dancing and reading, as well as spending time with my mother, father and younger brother.

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