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D-Day prosecco and cream tea at Sirius Court

Residents at Sirius Court organised an afternoon tea to mark D-Day and were also traeted to a talk about the D-Day events too including some memorabilia from Southwick House.

Prosecco, cream teas, and fresh strawberries were all in abundance so obviously we all had a great time!

Many thanks to everyone who helped organise the event.

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Cornwell and Sirius’ Courts Chairman’s Lunch 2019

The Chairman’s lunch for Cornwell and Sirius Courts coincided with the 30th anniversary of Cornwell Court. The weather could have been a lot kinder but everyone had fun anyway and the sun did eventuall pop back out.

The wardens Julie and Ling and all their helpers worked hard to get everything ready and keep everyone happy on the day, and we had entertainment from the amazing Amy Baker.

Thanks to everyone involved.

Sirius donates to Elizabeth Foundation

Sirius Court’s Social group raised £300 throughout 2018 and elected to award the money to the Elizabeth Foundation who work with deaf children to help them have happy normal lives through the use of the latest hearing technologies.

Natalie Oliver, from the foundation, came along and gave a very interesting talk on the work the foundation does and explained where the money would go. Natalie was thanked and presented with a cheque by Agamemnon’s vice-chair Mark Perry.

Stand Easy at Neptune

Residents at Neptune Court were treated to a special ‘Sailors Christmas Standeasy’ on Monday 17 December.

Organised by Lieutenant Kelly Jenkins-Hill, an Agamemnon Trustee who is currently on maternity leave from the Royal Navy, the event saw naval personnel from HM Naval Base Portsmouth sharing mince pies and other seasonal fare with the residents, many of whom had served in the Royal Navy, WRNS and QARNNS.

The morning was a wonderful way to unite young and old, who were able to share stories and their service experiences, and was part of a series of similar events.

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Neptune’s new Wellbeing room opens

Today the new wellbeing room in Neptune court was given the go-ahead by the vice-chairman to open its doors to residents. The newly fitted out room comprises a nail bar, a hair washing station and two hairdressing stations, an exercise bike, and a massage table. There is also a small seating area and music centre. Neptune’s warden, Pride, is clearly very pleased with the new facility.

Apparently, there is already a waiting list of tenants planning to take advantage of the new facility. Congratulations to everyone who has helped make this new room a reality.

 

Sirius and Cornwell’s Chairman’s Lunch

The Chairman’s lunch for Sirius and Cornwell Court coincided with the 20th anniversary of Sirius Cour’s opening in back 1998. We were lucky enough to have Sir Robert Fulton, who originally opened the court, come back to commemorate and celebrate the day with us all.

Wardens Ling and June worked hard to get everything ready and keep everyone happy on the day. We had perfect weather, a good turnout from both courts, and entertainment in the form of a ukelele band. We also had a raffle which managed to raise £105.50 that will go to SAAFA.

Thanks to everyone involved.