SunLife garden project

Local financial organisation SunLife has been doing a spot of gardening for Riversway.


The work has been carried out in aid of the Making Pals campaign, a project run by the Bristol-based Alive charity, which helps to build meaningful relationships between care homes and communities.


SunLife specialises in life insurance for over 50s, and volunteered to help Riversway in ‘the big clean up’ – assisting Helen, our gardener at Riversway, by refreshing the entrance, cleaning the car park and tidying areas at the back of the building.


The support from SunLife has been invaluable to Riversway, thanks to everyone who gave us a helping hand – you’re welcome to visit anytime.



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Celebrating Harvest Festival

Riversway Nursing Home recently shared a beautiful harvest festival service with Deacon Mark from our local parish church.


Residents, their family members and staff all came together to enjoy the traditional service where they each donated food gifts to help local people at the Crisis Minister Centre on Stapleton Road, Bristol.


Riversway has been donating to the foodbank for the past two years and hopes to continue supporting them.


Amongst the food donated were tins of vegetables, beans and fruit, crackers, fruit juice, pasta and rice.


Food is being collected until the end of September, if anyone is visiting Riversway and would like to add to the collection please ask a member of staff for more information.


We hope the food will help lots of people during the autumn and winter season and we'd like to thank everyone who helped make the festival service special and have already donated.



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On the boat with Riversway

It was all hands on deck recently for residents from Riversway Nursing Home.

A group of residents and staff took to the water at Baltic Wharf in Bristol with support from the All Aboard Watersports Centre, who made the trip really enjoyable.

After getting kitted out in life vests and following a briefing from the crew, the team spent time enjoying the water and seeing the sights surrounding the marina, they watched people learning to sail and paddle board and they commented ‘it was amazing to see’.

Joyce and Monica reminisced about when they used to go on holiday on the cruise ships and they also talked about when the S.S Great Britain returned home to Bristol to dry dock in the 70’s, it was all fascinating to listen to.

It was a relaxing sunny day out and afterwards when it started to become a little bit chilly, we stopped off at a local pub for a good old fish & chip supper washed down with a nice warm cuppa.

It was a great adventure and we are looking forward to going again next year.


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Printing with Becky

We love doing new things at Riversway Nursing Home and recently when we had our planned art activity with Becky, we decided to ‘set up shop’ outdoors.

It was such a beautiful day and being outside was very fitting for what we were going to be working on, so it didn’t take us long to move everything onto the sheltered patio area.

We had an amazing afternoon designing and creating two printed banners for our garden, how lovely do they look?  We really enjoyed choosing what shapes and colours to use and then we stamped the shapes of birds, boats, buckets and spades to our hearts content, it was very therapeutic and very rewarding.                        

Printing with Becky is a great fun and we look forward to her next visit very soon.


Ps:  Check out the photo of Becky in front of our banners, how lovely is her hand printed dress?



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A history trip to Clevedon Pier

This month a small group of inquisitive Riversway residents went on an exciting learning journey, discovering lots of interesting facts about the famous Clevedon Pier.


Our ladies and gentlemen enjoyed a presentation from Clevedon Pier Heritage Trust in which they talked about the history of the Victorian pier and how it’s currently being preserved.


Clevedon Pier, situated by the beautiful seaside town of Clevedon is the only grade one listed pier which you can visit in England - this made everyone at the home extremely excited to have a day trip there following the informative presentation about its history.


As our residents and staff team looked out over the view at the pier they reminisced about their own seaside experiences as youngsters.


Thank you to everyone at the Pier Heritage Trust for making the experience a memorable one – we all really enjoy learning new things.


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Contact : General Manager - Jan Wilkins

Riversway Nursing Home
Crews Hole Road, St. George
Bristol, BS5 8GG

Tel: 01179 555758
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