Vaughan Lee House is very much a part of the local Ilminster community and is generously supported by groups and organisations who visit from time to time. A Church of England Communion Service is held regularly and a Methodist Service arranged quarterly. We are happy to seek appropriate support for those of other faiths.
Karen Roberts and her staff endeavour to make Vaughan Lee House feel like home and they are always pleased to chat with residents and to offer help when advice is sought. Residents are encouraged to live as full a life as they are able and to go out as often as they wish. We welcome visits from friends and relatives.
Activities are organised in the mornings and include:
- Arts and crafts
- Card games
- Reminiscence therapy
- Visiting entertainers
- Visits by Birds of Prey and the Donkey Sanctuary
- Residents’ meetings
- Minibus trips to Garden Centres with stops for coffee
- Seaside outings
- Cream teas at Maunsel Lock
- Christmas shopping and lights
- Broadwindsor craft centre
- Animal sanctuary visits