Paxton Hall Recommences Visiting

Following Government Guidance, visits resumed at Paxton Hall on Tuesday 16th March, with arrangements enabling physical contact (hand holding) whilst still maintaining strict infection control protocols. Visits are held in the porch after visitors have been tested using the Rapid Lateral Flow Test and have donned appropriate PPE to keep their loved ones safe. Visitors …
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CQC Inspection on Infection Prevention and Control

Paxton Hall has remained Covid-19 free since the start of the pandemic in March 2020 and all staff and residents have now received their first dose of the vaccine. Paxton Hall was inspected by the CQC on 29 January 2021. Background to this inspection As part of CQC’s response to the coronavirus pandemic it was …
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Christmas 2020 at Paxton Hall

Christmas at PH is traditionally a very busy and bustling time with lots of family visits and external entertainment, as well as a residents and relatives get together over a glass of sherry and a mince pies. This year however, things have been very different due to the restrictions imposed upon all of us by …
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Indoor Visiting

Paxton Hall has started indoor visiting after a thorough risk assessment. The front entrance porch, which is no longer frequented as much as before the pandemic, has been decorated and furnished to allow us to host safe visiting by nominated family members. Visitors are required to book an appointment with the office, call in on …
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Public Support for Paxton Hall

We would like to express our deep gratitude to various individuals and local businesses for their most generous unsolicited donations of various items for our staff at PH over the Covid period: – Zarrina Akbarova and Natalie Bartlett (pictured above) – two members of the public from St. Neots – who have been making face …
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Resident celebrates 100th birthday

On Thursday 4th June 2020, Joan Harris celebrated her 100th Birthday in style with fellow residents with a glass of sherry and a cake specially made for her by our chef. In addition to cards and gifts from loved ones, she received the customary telegram from Her Majesty the Queen, and despite lockdown, was able …
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Thank You to all our dedicated staff

We are extremely grateful to all our staff who are working diligently to keep Paxton Hall residents well and safe during the pandemic. Paxton Hall has been in lockdown mode since 16 March 2020 when rigorous infection control protocols were introduced swiftly and adequate Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) purchased to prevent an outbreak of Covid-19 …
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VE Day at Paxton Hall

Paxton Hall Care Home Cambridgeshire residents joined the entire country in celebrating the 75th anniversary of VE Day on Friday, 8 May 2020. The day saw lots of celebration throughout the home with wartime music being played, memories being shared, and songs being sung. In the afternoon everyone enjoyed fresh scones with cream and jam. …
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Flower Arranging at Paxton Hall Care Home

Here at Paxton Hall Care Home, we have introduced Flower Arranging to the Activities Calendar this month and this morning was our first session. We purchased 3 bunches of flowers which included green & yellow Chrysanthemums, Lilies, Gerberas & Iris’s which were the perfect selection with bright colours giving the ‘wow’ factor for residents. Residents …
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Paxton Hall is rated Good in All five domains by the CQC

The Care Quality Commission (CQC) carried out a planned unannounced inspection of Paxton Hall Care Home on 8 January 2020 and we are delighted with the excellent report. Their ratings of the home were as follows. Overall Rating for this Service: Good Is the service safe? Good Is the service effective? Good Is the service …
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