The Abbeyfield Kent Society is encouraging to whole of the county to turn the clock back to 1967 to mark their 45th anniversary.
To celebrate 45 years of caring for older people across the county, Abbeyfield Kent are encouraging all of Kent to turn the clock back to the 1960s for one special weekend.
The charity are encouraging everyone to get involved in marking this occasion by throwing their own 1960s party. This could be anything from fancy dress and 60s music to inviting friends around for a 1960s film and quiz night.
Residents at all of Abbeyfield Kent’s homes across Kent will be taking part in a variety of ways. There will be 1960s parties with fancy dress and music, 60s film nights, 60s quizzes, and 60s garden parties. Any 60s theme event will help turn the clock back!
The Abbeyfield Kent Society is a registered charity and housing association that has been providing care to older people across Kent since 1967. Since it was established in May 1967 in Gillingham, the charity has expanded to become Kent’s largest not-for-profit provider of care to older people; looking after over 500 older people at over 16 locations from Canterbury to Edenbridge.
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