Faye Wilson and Margeret Menze displays the Pamper  Palour
Faye Wilson and Margeret Menzel displays the Pamper Parlour

 

Funds raised by staff fundraisers at Alambi has gone towards opening The Pamper Parlour at the home.

 

Last week saw the official opening of the Pamper Parlour and Maureen Wright cut the official ribbon.

 

The naming of the Parlour “The Pamper Parlour” was decided by the residents at Alambi.

 

The Pamper Parlour allows residents to get their nails and hair done by booking a time through Mrs Wright and visit the parlour that will be a social activity for the residence.

Faye Wilson will be on site every Thursday to treat the residents with their beauty treatments.

Michelle Menzel said, “The residents love going to the beauty parlour as a social activity and the new parlour is a very exciting project for them”.

The Pamper Parlour has been set up in an underutilized area of the Nursing Home.  Bruce Miller Plumbing was generous in donating the plumbing fittings and trades people to fit out the parlour.

The Pamper  Parlour can now be used by residents of both the home and the flats.

 

  • Faye Wilson and Margaret Menzel shows of The Pamper Parlour
  • Maureen Wright cuts the ribbon to open the new beauty Parlour
  • Maureen Wright after getting her treatment at The Pamper Parlour

 

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