Letters Of Thanks

Doreen Royds’ Family, Yvonne and Keith, December 13, 2018

Dear Jacky and the wonderful team at The Spinney

We can’t thank you enough for the outstanding care you gave to our mum, Doreen (‘Little Door’ as you called her) and for making her final years as happy and comfortable as possible. The Spinney was the perfect location for her, being opposite the golf course she and my dad used to play on, by the forest her and my dad loved, near the homes of her late friends and close to The Queen Elizabeth Hunting lodge where our parents volunteered for many years. We could not have chosen anywhere better for her, the spotless and pleasant rooms, the fabulous food – She loved Sue! – The Bistro, the amazing Andrea who took her for her final outing and everyone should be mentioned by name for their acts of kindness but there is just not space! But Thank you for everything you did for my mum and continue to do for other residents. The HUGEST THANK YOU to you all, you are all amazing! Much love and Gratitude from Yvonne and Keith Royds and family.’

Well done everybody, you’re all so so so fab xxxx 

Sheila Williams, April 25, 2018

To all the team at The Spinney

I just want to say a ‘thank you’ to each and every one of you for the care you gave Mum and the years she spent with you.

Despite her illness you all treated her as the person she was and helped maintain her dignity to the end. She mattered as an individual to you all and that helped us cope with the sadness we all felt. As a family we always felt supported by you all.

With love and thanks from
Shelia, John, Pauline, Andrew and all of Molly’s Family xxx

The Foley Family, October 3, 2017

To the team at The Spinney

Thank you so much for your kindness and care during the 20 months that our late mother, Mary, lived at The Spinney. Like so many others in her position, Mum never wanted to be in residential care, but you helped her to settle and we always thought that you worked hard to meet her needs.

We always speak highly of The Spinney to anyone who asks us about the standard of care. You are patient and kind in your treatment of the residents. We never hear a cross word spoken and Mum often told us how ‘nice the girls are here’.

You do your best by vulnerable people in the most difficult times of their lives and we thank you for the support that you give to families like ourselves as well.

Thank you again,

The Foley Family