From watching the Remembrance Sunday commemorations on TV to marking Armistice Day by observing the two-minute silence, collectively we remembered the service and sacrifice made by so many.
Collectively and in our own personal way we remembered and showed our appreciation, respect and pride for those lost, served and serving in the armed forces.
Adam Hutchison, managing director at Belmont Healthcare says: “From creating our own poppies, to talking about war time memories, remembrance has a special place in our hearts. It didn’t go unnoticed or unrecognised, those lost live on in our memories and discussions whilst those currently serving have our upmost respect in our thoughts.”
Belmont Healthcare offers multiple forms of long, short, respite or day care for those in need, specialising in care of older person who lives with Dementia, and other life changing conditions such as Parkinson’s disease. Our homes are situated in delightful settings around the UK.