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Sunrise of Hale Barns Residents Get Creative

Sunrise of Hale Barns on Hale Road opened its doors to family, friends and the local community this week, to celebrate its first art exhibition event, featuring a variety of beautiful paintings created by its very own residents.

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A Cruise Adventure at 98

Local Sunrise of Virginia Water resident Yvonne recently enjoyed a fabulous Baltic cruise with her family. Here, she shares her adventures to let us know all about the fun she had…

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Sunrise of Southbourne Launches Knitting Project

Sunrise of Southbourne, on Belle Vue Road, was delighted to recently (week of 1st October) celebrate the launch of a new charitable project led by its residents.

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Sunrise UK’s Director of Memory Care to Publish Ground-breaking New Book

Jackie Pool, Director of Memory Care at Sunrise, is set to publish an innovative new book inspired by her 40 years of work tackling dementia.

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Sunrise of Mobberley supports World Alzheimer’s Day with a Ballroom Dancing Show for residents

Sunrise of Mobberley, on Hall Lane, opened its doors and welcomed friends, family and members of the local area to an exciting ‘Ballroom Dancing Show and Tea for Two’ event to celebrate Word Alzheimer’s Day on Friday 21 September.

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Sunrise of Banstead supports World Alzheimer’s Day with Vintage Afternoon Tea

Sunrise of Banstead, on Croydon Lane, opened its doors and invited friends, family and members of the local area to its Enriched Memory Care: All Things Vintage event, as part of World Alzheimer’s Day on Friday 21st September.

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Nutrition for Healthy Joints

Joints are made up of a number of components, and to understand what joints need, it helps to understand the component parts.

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How Different Sugars Affect Your Body

Sugar has been subject of much public debate recently – and with good reason. A year or two ago, official guidance on sugar consumption changed, reducing the recommended daily allowance to 90g or less, of which only 30g at most should be processed sugar. So why is that?

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