Marking one year on from the start of the pandemic Prospect House Care Home demonstrated how grateful it was to its dedicated staff with a celebration of gratitude and hope for the future.

Called Rainbow Wednesday, the event marked the hard work, both physical and mental, given by dedicated staff that never once faltered during what has been the toughest year in the history of Prospect House. 

Helping them celebrate, hampers were very kindly donated by the local high street Coop, and gifts sent in from families with kind and uplifting messages. The Deputy Manager baked cupcakes and a large chocolate drip cake which was raffled off to staff. Hampers were also put together by the Management team with lots of sweet treats for the all of the staff.

Sarah Stroud Registered Manager at Prospect House Nursing and Care Home says: “It seems fitting we referred to the rainbow as a symbol of hope and positivity to celebrate our staff and their commitment throughout the pandemic. We’re all looking forward to easing out of the lockdown restrictions, and hope this signals a really positive future.” 

Pictured left to right are Prospect House carers Ashlyn Kipling, Alison Edge and Katie Rogers enjoying a well deserved break celebrating their commitment to caring through the pandemic.

Perfectly situated in the centre of the historical village of Malpas, Prospect House is a beautifully renovated and maintained Georgian house. With views over the Cheshire plains the home provides residential, nursing and expert care for residents with dementia, and both short-term respite care. 

For further information please contact the home on 01948 800692 or email

by admin 

March 3, 2022