Summer Open Day at Norfolk Christian retirement home 

Quebec Hall, a Mid Norfolk retirement home for Christians, is holding its biannual Open Day on July 21 giving an opportunity to sample first-hand this place of peace.

Quebec Hall Christian Care Home and Bungalows near Dereham in Mid Norfolk is hosting its Summer Open Day on Saturday, July 21 at 3pm in a marquee within its picturesque grounds. 

The four-storey Quebec Hall, or Quebec Castle as it was once known, is a landmark country house constructed in 1759 by a wealthy brewing family. It was established as a home for retired Christians in 1960.

The Hall has accommodation for twenty residents who receive 24 hour care provided by trained staff including access to doctors, nurses, optometrists, chiropodist and hearing aid support. There is also an associated complex of 43 self-contained retirement bungalows.

Residents enjoy a mix of regular activities and special occasions.  Regular activities including a Sunday and Thursday evening service, hymn singing, a knitting club plus an art class, games afternoon, prayer meeting and film club.

Rev Roger Prime, former pastor of Beccles Baptist Church, will speak at the Open Day.  Although retired Roger, along with his wife Gill, continue to have a Christian ministry both in the UK and abroad where they are involved in a Christian charity in Zimbabwe.

General Manager Mark Woodget said: “It's always so much better to see first-hand the wonderful accommodation and surroundings we have to offer. Come along to enjoy fellowship over tea in the grounds and be informed of all that is going on and is planned for Quebec Hall.”

Quebec Hall, Quebec Road, Dereham, Norfolk NR19 2QY 

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