A fabulous opportunity to view the wide range of accommodation and care that we offer.
Come and see our facilities for yourselves. Take a tour, enjoy some refreshments and chat to residents and members of staff. There is lots of information on this website but there is nothing like an actual visit! No booking required, just turn up!
Please contact Caroline Soullier, Client Services Advisor if you would like an alternative appointment to view or you would like to know more.
Rat pack singer Trevor Myers proved to be a great success at our ‘Meet & Eat’ night. These sociable events are held twice a month throughout winter. Seasonable doom and gloom are definitely not on the menu. Impromptu dancing broke out on this occasion!
Our talented team of chefs are taking in turns to create a menu – they can’t resist a spot of competition. All in all, a terrific night.
Residents were led through an exciting wine list by Iain Andrew of Yorkshire Vintners. They were on a mission to select new wines for the Middleton Hall wine list. A serious task indeed, albeit with a lot of laughter!
Eleven red, white and prosecco wines were all given true consideration, plus a gin for juniper fans and some new tonic waters for other discerning palettes.
Middleton Hall was delighted to be invited by ARCO to take part in the first parliamentary event for the retirement village sector.
Our aim, with four other similar providers, was to showcase a successful model providing housing, care and support services. ARCO (Associated Retirement Community Operators) is keen to promote its Vision 2030 initiative, which highlights ways to enable older people to live better lives in later years.
The Houses of Parliament is a fantastic place to spread the word; support for our sector was pledged by over 80 parliamentarians (MPs and Lords) as well as many charity and business leaders.
Residents leapt at the chance to sign up for a Chocolate Tasting Session.
Greg Whalen, who is working at Middleton Hall as part of the Skills for Care graduate programme, decided to use his previous experience to deliver some vary appealing talks. As a student, he also worked for Hotel Chocolat, retailer of all things chocolate as well as other high quality confectionary, wine and spirits. He was keen to share his knowledge of the ‘Bean to Bar’ process.
The sessions not only followed the fascinating production story but included some sampling and even wine pairing. A treat indeed!
In recognition of the enormous commitment the entire Middleton Hall team and their families make, we invited the children and grandchildren of staff to a Christmas party.
Never has the Restaurant had the pleasure of welcoming so many excitable and well behaved children! Some trolls also came to entertain (yes, you did read that correctly. Poppy and Branch are popular characters in the film and TV series). Santa paid a visit too, to everyone’s delight. He was able to stay for an hour or so before disappearing off to finish the rest of his Christmas preparations.
The photos below show the fun that was had. It was a lovely afternoon.
Middleton Grove, Oaks, Gardens and Court have all now hosted their own fab-u-las Christmas parties.
Each resident invited family or friends to come along and share the proceedings. All the celebrations featured some common elements – a magnificent three course lunch, good cheer and high spirits; all too had their own twist, ranging from pantomime to a school choir.
We have been delighted to welcome so many people in to Middleton Hall during the festive season. Christmas is without doubt a special time. As well as taking time to re-connect with personal memories, it is most certainly also a time for making new ones.