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We'll have live music, as you browse some beautiful art at all prices ranges in a selection of our apartments. Ron Wheeler, moved from Windsor Framing and Art Shop) will also be doing free framing advice and valuations.
So come along, enjoy the atmostphere and the mince pies and we will also be doing tours of Castle View if you would like to see what we are all about.
We would love to welcome you.
We've only just started putting our Christmas decorations up, but the festivities and fun have already started.
Want to join in ? Pop in and see us. Thursdays are an open morning for coffee and mince pies.
Complete with Greek dancing courtesy of family of Castle View! Everyone has a hidden talent, think we need our own Castle Views Got Talent!
Fun, laughter and friendship one of the many events at Castle View.
Caz has the biggest heart and she shows her love through her cooking and kind nature by taking everyone's needs into account. Her food is second to none and literally everyone is so fond of her. To show their appreciation of all her hard work, the residents quietly clubbed together and as a surprise presented Caz with flowers and £100 of gift vouchers, to show her how much she is loved and a great appreciation for all her very very hard work!
As we are all trying to improve our knowledge of wine, Waitrose last night visited Castle View to give a master class. Even our CEO Robin Hughes, learnt a thing or two!
Our night manager and handyman, Nigel, (pictured) will install our beautiful hedgehog house in the garden at Castle View for all the little 'hogs' looking for a place to hibernate.
The bird houses and tables can be viewed from the restuarant, library and reception.
A very well attended event beginning with the exploits of Kenneth Grahames Toad, Ratty Mole and Badger to Wordsworth Dickens and Blake.
A fascinating afternoon enjoyed by all.
Prices start from £50. If you would like to come and view and/or buy it is by appointment only 07939 005123.
Nearly 100 residents and friends joined us in our Sky Lounge, food, drink and friendship. Another cracking night that went off with a bang!
Castle View has just turned 1 yr old! Our first residents moved in last October and new residents are moving in every month. Everyone joined in celebrating and two residents here took delight in cutting the cake! I can confirm that noone was harmed during the cutting process!
Its pouring with rain outside, but it seems irrelevant as there is laughter inside. No cooking, no washing up, just a warm comforting Sunday lunch with good friends.
In only a few months our gardens have matured into luscious foilage and makes for a very pleasant stroll or gentle ponder on the garden benches.
To the back drop of beautiful Italian music you literally felt you were in a family run Italian restaurant, with meatballs, spaghetti and the classic Italian cocktail aperol spritz and our best selection of Italian wines.
Jill and Sue really got into the spirit with their gondola hats! Wonder what they for the next themed evening!
With a varied menu Robin excelled in the kitchen but it gave him a whole new appreciation for Caz who effortlessly caters all year round. No request is ignored.
To make the most of the Autumn Karen from Royal Windsor Gardens came to Castle View yesterday to advise our residents how best to make use of their pots coming into Autumn,
Free drinks and a buffet provided by the management, has become a regular feature at Castle View. You can invite friends and family to our parties that usually happen once of every 3 months or so.
It is so lovely watching friendships flourish and to be able to invite your world into your home with catering provided!
The cakes were beautiful, such an array and tasted absoultely fabulous. The mixture of friends, relatives and residents made for such a warm lively atmostphere and finished off with a tremendous raffle.
Thank you to everyone who worked so hard to pull this off, baking, organising and especially to our receptionist Sue Reeves who worked tirelessy getting donations for the raffle and organising stalls.
A great job all round and for such a good cause.
Joining a group is such an easy way to make friends sharing an activity. If you go every week you can just watch the friendships grow and the things they are creating are a marvel!
Many residents learnt a new skill of Irish dancing at our Irish night. As our guests of all ages taught us how to jig, skip, hop around reception at Castle View!