Beamish Museum comes to Middleton Hall

A representative from Beamish Museum visited Middleton Hall Retirement Village to deliver some of the world famous open air museum’s traditionally-made sweets to be sold in our Orangery shop. To reflect the Georgian heritage of the original section of Middleton Hall, Natasha Anson came dressed in Georgian clothing and took a walk around the site […]

Carnival party time

Residents from across Middleton Hall came together to enjoy all the fun of the fair at the Care Services Carnival party. Not even a spot of rain could spoil the funfair mood of the event, which was originally due to be held outdoors. Instead, the Hospitality and Healthy Living teams sprang into action decorating The […]

Plaques created for Reflection Area

Independent resident Dr Les Simpson who lives in The Waterside has created two plaques which have been put on display at the new Reflection Area along the Woodland Walk. These were made in Middleton Hall’s on-site art studio with each plaque taking at least three days to create. Dr Simpson explained that they were designed […]

Mel’s Mighty Challenge

Co-owner Mel Foster from Middleton Oaks is embarking on a mighty challenge to complete three Coast to Coast Cycles, totalling 460 miles, over three weekends in the summer in support of the South Cleveland Heart Fund. She explained: “A few weeks ago my partner had a heart attack and has had a quadruple heart bypass […]