It’s been two weeks of celebration and fun at Kestrel Lodge Care Home in Nottingham.
The team and residents alike had a look in the fancy dress box, put on some sparkly attire, lovely hats and one very questionable black wig to take part in the dress up and dance afternoon. Residents were up on their feet dancing to some old classics and modern beats.
After working up a healthy appetite, everyone sat down to enjoy some hearty pie and mash. The chicken and vegetable pie was made by the Kestrel Lodge team, and went down a storm with the residents, who only left a few crumbs. This was all in aid of British Pie Week 7th – 13th March.
To round off the celebrations, the home was decorated in green, white and orange bunting, the residents donned Guiness hats and some of the team did a little Irish jig all in aid of St Patrick’s Day (17th March).
Chris Harpham, Home Manager said: “These few activities demonstrate the variety of choice we have on offer for our residents. We cater for everyone’s needs at the home and our activities always go down well. We’re always listening to our residents to see what we could do better. That’s why 100% of them feel listened to, and they’re all happy living here. I can’t wait to see what happens in the upcoming weeks.”
Date published: 15 September 2017