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Residents at Lovewalk resumed an old activity, back by popular demand, sailing at Greenland Dock. The sailing club “Tideway Sailability” specialises in providing sailing opportunities for all, no matter what your ability or disability. This time we took 4 new sailors who had never been sailing before and they tried one of the Hawks – larger boats with crew provided where you can join in with the sailing as much or as little as you feel comfortable with. Our residents loved it, and there is a waiting list for the next trip in 2 weeks time!

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Cycling at herne Hill Velodrome

Cycling at the Herne Hill Velodrome is very popular with our Love Walk residents – so much so that they want to go every week! Thankfully we have been able to resume our cycling sessions again and residents are ecstatic.Find out more about our care homes at...

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Volunteer at our cafe

Volunteer at our cafe

Community is at the very heart of Mission Cafe.  Our comfortable space in the centre of Bromley provides a welcoming home for everyone including networking clubs, mother and baby groups, businesses, societies and church groups....

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Mission Cafe Open Again

Mission Cafe Open Again

Why not treat yourself to a Gingerbread Latte? The Mission Cafe is once again open and serving freshly brewed coffees and an assortment of goodies. Visit us at 1a The Mall in Bromley BR1 1TS - we are following all government guidelines.

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Our mini bake-off

Our mini bake-off

One of our Love Walk residents suggested we try making Eccles Cakes – something she remembers baking at home as a child in Lancashire. This got us talking and we decided that we’d begin a culinary tour of British cakes, starting with the North West! We formed two...

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Making Conkies from Barbados

Making Conkies from Barbados

This week we celebrated Barbados’ Independence Day on behalf of one of our Love Walk residents. He told us about Conkies – traditional cakes cooked to celebrate the day. We decided to mark the occasion by making them: grating coconut, pumpkin and sweet potato and...

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Another trip to the Thames

Another trip to the Thames

Following the success of our first trip to the Thames during the second lockdown, we took another group of residents up to Bermondsey to experience the river at dusk. It was a beautiful clear autumn day in London and the tide was exceptionally low. We talked to a...

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Bromley Christmas Lights

Bromley Christmas Lights

Being confined to the indoors for so long during lockdowns has been difficult for our residents who enjoy time outdoors. In order to get Love Walk residents out safely beyond the four walls of the care home, we have been taking short drives to nearby places of...

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A visit to the Thames

A visit to the Thames

As some of our Love Walk residents have been feeling a bit downcast during the Coronavirus restrictions, we did a spontaneous visit to the Thames to lift their spirits. Carers took a group of four residents up to the riverfront in Bermondsey, opposite Canary Wharf,...

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Cycling at Herne Hill

Cycling at Herne Hill

Some of our Love Walk residents went cycling at the Herne Hill Velodrome recently. Wheels for Wellbeing , the charity who run the accessible cycling sessions, have set up covid-secure gatherings with limited numbers. Bikes must be booked and strict protocols followed,...

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Black History Month at Mission Care

Black History Month at Mission Care

Every year Mission Care celebrate Black History Month with a mix of film screenings, group discussions, delightful food and musical events.   This past week we reviewed a series of BHM posters produced by the Guardian. Our Care Home residents read them and then...

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