Red Nose Day success!

March 24th, 2015

Red Nose Day was a huge success! We are really pleased to announce that we have raised £82.62. Thank you to all those who came along to support the event, it was a great success! If you would like to view more photos, please visit our Facebook page!


Maisie’s Skydive for Parkinson’s

March 16th, 2015

Our very own Maisie Rattenbury is doing a skydive to help raise money for Parkinson’s UK! The jump will take place at 10am on the 24th April.

Money can be donated via the front desk at Fairfield House to April, or via the JustGiving page (Link below)

Please contribute as generously as you can for such a worthy cause.

Donating through JustGiving is simple, fast and totally secure. Your details are safe with JustGiving – they’ll never sell them on or send unwanted emails. Once you donate, they’ll send your money directly to the charity. So it’s the most efficient way to donate – saving time and cutting costs for the charity.



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A real Great Escaper’s tunnel vision

March 11th, 2015

Our very own Alan Bryett tells Martin Hesp of the the Western Daily Press how he survived being shot down over Berlin and his part in building the famous POW tunnel!

“Laying on his stomach on the Fairfield care-home floor, Alan inched his way slowly across the room towards the door where he craned his neck back to look up into the barrel of a gun…”

Please click on the image below to read the article:



Owl Visitors

February 20th, 2015

On the 19th February, we had two Beautiful Owls come visit from the New Forest Owl Studio. Meet Twany Owl (Beebo – Left) and Black Barn Owl (Nibbly – Right).

‘Beebo’ became friends with our eldest resident in an instant! However, come home time, ‘Beebo’ didn’t want to leave her side. The immediate bond was amazing to see.



Get ready to put on your nose!

February 9th, 2015

Red Nose Day is back again on Friday 13th March and once again, the nation is gearing up to put on their noses! So join us at Fairfield House to help pull out all the stops, and fundraise!

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‘Digni-Tea’ Day Success!

February 4th, 2015


On Sunday 1st February, Fairfield House in Lyme Regis hosted a “Digni- Tea” to mark Dignity Action Day. Anita Williams, Deputy Mayor and councilor, Lorna Jenkins came to open the Tea. Residents, family, friends and community members came together to enjoy a cup of tea and beautiful home made cakes, and show their support for the Dignity In Care movement. Local band Saxation came to entertain everyone.

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‘Digni’ Tea Day!

January 22nd, 2015


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Come and join us on the 1st February 2-4pm for a fun-filled afternoon with entertaining performances, scrumptious homemade cakes and much more, all for Dignity Action Day!

Dignity Action Day gives everyone the opportunity to contribute to upholding people’s rights to dignity and provide a truly memorable day for people receiving care. Dignity Action Day aims to ensure people who use care services are treated as individuals and are given choice, control and a sense of purpose in their daily lives.

All the Proceeds go to ‘The Residents Funds’

We look forward to seeing you!

Happy Friday Everyone!

January 16th, 2015

JoanOne of our Residents enjoying freshly caught fish from Lyme Bay encased in a bubbly but crisp batter served simply with thick cut chips and a slice of lemon is the perfect end to the week!

January 9th, 2015
Our new administrator April

Our new administrator April

New Feature: Head Chef Paul’s Recipes

November 27th, 2014

At Fairfield House, its safe to say we are very passionate about the food we serve our residents.  We use locally sourced ingredients. Our meals are fresh, nutritious and varied and we cater for a variety of dietary needs.

Should you not fancy something on the menu our kitchen team are always more than happy to prepare you anything you fancy.

We will be sharing a few “Fairfield Favourites” to get your taste buds tingling!

Check out the latest recipes here.lancashirehotpot_84238_16x9

Or Scroll down to see all the wholesome ingredients that go into making our residents favourite accompaniment to morning coffee or afternoon tea . . .

Pauls Lemon Shortbread squares, the home’s favourite, one slice is never enough!

For the Shortbread

125g unsalted butter
2 tbsp icing sugar
55g white granulated sugarlemon shortbread
180g plain flour

For the Lemon Curd

2 Tbsp finely minced lemon zest (about 2 medium lemons)
2 large egg yolks, lightly beaten
3 large whole eggs, lightly beaten
113g unsalted butter, melted
150g cup granulated sugar
1/2 cup freshly squeezed lemon juice (about 2-3 medium lemons)