As a Dragonfly residential home here at Huntington House, we actively encourage our residents to take an active interest in their hobbies and explore new interests.
We were delighted to welcome the team from Haslemere Museum to Huntington House, to share with our residents a selection of beautiful shells from around the world, fossils and sea creatures.
Their fossil collection has over 20,000 specimens, mostly from England but with some from around the world including New Zealand, Scandinavia and North America.
What better way to enjoy the beautiful weather we have been having this summer, than to host afternoon tea in the shade.
Geoff, Mal and Charlie Hoare were joined by Audrey, Christopher, Lynn and Anne who are residents of Huntington House.
As a dragonfly home, we regularly host events and create meaningful moment for our residents to create memories and share time together with our family around the grounds.
With such a sunny and warm afternoon, everyone had a lovely afternoon and enjoyed their delicious homemade cakes, tea and a cheeky glass of pimms, whilst sitting in the shade of the pavilion by the lake.
Our resident taxi service, was on hand to take everyone back home, on a tour through the estate’s extensive grounds.
A huge thank you goes to our chefs who made the delicious sandwiches and cakes.