Residents from The Lodge Care Home in Killamarsh have been making the most of the beautiful weather by getting out and about exploring places near and far.
The residents were treated to three special trips which saw many people ticking off a number of experiences on their list.
Monday saw some of the residents visit York Museum, taking in the sights of bygone eras and relaxing in the beautiful gardens. After their day of history and culture, the residents then took a trip to nearby Bakewell. After exploring the beauty and visiting some of the shops, everyone settled down for some lovely fish and chips by the river in the summer afternoon, followed by a very special cup of tea in a local tea room.
To round off their three day adventure, Wednesday saw residents exploring the depths of the oceans, during a visit to The Deep Aquarium in Hull.
Janet McVeigh, Home Manager, said: “It’s safe to say after seeing and touching some of the fish, some residents felt a little guilty about their fish and chip lunch the day before.
“All three of the trips out provided the residents with lots of different things for them to see and do. Each day was slightly different which catered to everyone’s likes and more importantly enabled them to go out and enjoy the summer sun. The team here enjoy providing experiences like this as they love seeing the residents having fun.”
Are you looking for a care home in Killamarsh? The Lodge Care Home provides support for all types of care including residential care, dementia care, nursing care, respite care, end of life/palliative care and specialist care.
Date published: 15 September 2017