Sheffield centenarian relives singing days at his 100th Birthday Party

Sheffield centenarian relives singing days at his 100th Birthday PartyFor many of us, old age is a period that we look forward to giving us plenty of time to fulfil goals and aspirations which couldn’t be accomplished while in a full time job, whilst also relaxing and putting our feet up.

Reaching 100 years old is a fantastic achievement for anyone, so when Joseph Trigg from Sheffield reached the milestone earlier this month, his extended family pushed the boat out to ensure he had a party worth remembering. A great, great grandfather, Joseph is a well-known figure in the city, having spent years captivating audiences on the Sheffield club scene in his youth, gaining a particularly reputation for his fantastic rendition of the Woody Woodpecker Song. His family enlisted the services of an entertainer to play some of his favourite songs, the perfect method to help him relive his singing days. Continue reading

Ease Your Way into Comfort with a Recliner Chair

There is so much choice on the market when it comes to rise and recliner chairs, so how do you know which one is going to be best for you? Well, the best way to decide, as with almost any piece of furniture, is for you to sample one for yourself. There are a few ways you can do this, some of which are more convenient than others, but we’re sure that at least one on our list will be something that you find yourself able to try.

The first option, and probably the most convenient, is for you to visit a friend’s house if they have their own rise and recliner chair and try out theirs. It’s a great way to get an idea of what you don’t like, what you do and what you would change about your own if you decide to order one. This is an excellent starting point, though if you want to go ahead with your purchase, you’ll probably want to do a little more research before making the commitment. Continue reading

Norman Rowland retires after an incredible 65 years of work

As we get older, one of the main things that we want to keep is our quality of life free from any injuries, not letting things like back pain or arthritis to stop us from doing the things that we want them to do. Although most of us look forward to this during their retirement, 82-year-old Norman Rowland wanted to use his good health to keep doing what he loves best – his job. Continue reading