Residents are encouraged to take advantage of the attractive and spacious gardens here at Crossways. If they're feeling energetic, they can try out the exercise circuit or play badminton and volleyball, weather permitting. Croquet is a more sedate option on a hot summer's day. Inside both Moxham House and Culverdale there's a snooker/pool table - most evenings you'll see residents having a game - and also a Wii with a variety of games and applications.
Wherever appropriate, residents are encouraged to join a local gym, swim or attend exercise classes. A guided group walk is often an option during fine weekends and bank holidays.
There are also plenty of opportunities for relaxation and quiet reflection, either in the garden or in the house. Although we hold group prayers during the middle of each day, our Chapel is a perfect place to go at any time for some peace and contemplation. We teach our residents relaxation techniques and how to focus on the here and now.
We are also in the process of installing a computer in the communal area for the use of residents.
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Welcome to our anniversary year! There's lots planned to celebrate 50 years of Crossways in 2017.
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