Ascot Care to attend charity Golf Day

Ascot Care are set to attend and support Darlington Mowden Park RFC’s Golf Day in aid of the Beefy Charity Foundation on Wednesday 19th September.

Taking place at Rockcliffe Hall, Hurworth-on-Tees, Darlington; the day is set to be a fun fuelled day that will provide aid to the Beefy Charity Foundation, who fund specific projects relating to chronic illnesses and other challenges that young people face.

Director Gareth Nesbit said: “Ascot Care are committed to supporting charities and indeed the local community, Darlington Mowden Park are great club who are thriving on and off the pitch their golf day is a great way to support them and of course the beefy foundation which does some outstanding work."

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The Lawns visit the Discovery Museum

Over the summer months our residents have been making the most of the warmer weather enjoying a selection of trips out. 

The Lawns, based in Monkseaton recently ventured out to the Discovery Museum in Newcastle, where they saw Stephenson's Rocket as part of the Great Festival of the North.

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As well as visiting this particular exhibition, residents also explored what the full Museum had to offer and thoroughly enjoyed their trip of 'discovery'. 

To get in touch with the Lawns, contact them at thelawns@ascotcare.co.uk

Ascot Care win an Award!

We are proud to announce that Ascot Care have been recognised for our continued support towards the Armed Forces community. 

Ascot Care have been awarded the 'Silver Award Winner 2018' from the Employer Recognition Scheme. 

Through our annual Charity Golf Days and other fundraising events, we have supported Hire a Hero - they are a charitable organisation who help ex-military and we are looking forward to supporting them in the future. 

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Gold Tea Dance comes to Darlington

Darlington is hosting an exclusive Tea Dance to celebrate 100 years of votes for women.

The event will take place in Darlington's Market Square on Thursday 16th August from 1pm - 3pm. Attendees will have the opportunity to hear the Little Big Band, take part in line dancing, a hamper draw, raffle, stalls and FREE tea and scones to mark the occasion. 

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We're sure our residents from The Gardens based in Darlington will be attending this event to reminisce of the historical event.