New Town Mayor Attends Glebefields Olympic Games Ceremony

Lady Saye & Sele and The Town Mayor, Tony Ilot officially opened the games with the lighting of the Glebefields Torch. The games which were organised by Majesticare’s Joyce Furey have been running throughout the month with the final due to take place on 31st July, where a lucky winner will be presented with the Games Trophy. Both Lady Saye & Sele and Mayor Tony Ilot said “It was such a wonderful afternoon” the Olympic torches made by the residents, as well as the Olympic badges that we received made it a very special day to remember.

Glebefields would like to thank Age UK for providing some of the games, for more information on Age UK please visit:



Majesticare Sponsor Maintenance Manager on London to Brighton Cycle Challenge

Mike Davies Maintenance Manager for Ross Court in Ross on Wye completed a cycle ride, cycling from London to Brighton to raise money for the British Heart Foundation. In total £4.1million was raised for the foundation.

Mike decided to undertake the ride when he found out that his best friend’s wife aged 39 suffered a stroke. He joined a team of 3 other people who were also doing the challenge. Mike completed the London to Brighton Cycle Ride in 8 hours 15 minutes. Majesticare donated £250 to his remarkable effort.

Ross Court Planting Ceremony to Mark Diamond Jubilee

Ross Court Planting Ceremony 

As a fond reminder of the Diamond Jubilee Two Sapling Cedar Trees were planted at Ross Court.

Ross Court’s eldest resident, Mrs Mabel Eldridge and Sian Price, longest serving staff member, helped Mr Alan Davies of Forestry Operations to plant Two Cedar of Lebanon Trees in the grounds of the home. The trees were planted to mark the occasion of Queen Elizabeth’s Diamond Jubilee.

Ross Court Planting Ceremony