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It’s that time of year where we look for new projects to get stuck into, a resident here at Park House Care Home was determined to get her plants looking nice and healthy again.
Our childhood favourite bear, Winnie the Pooh brought his friends to Arches Care Home to surprise our residents with a teddy bear tea party!
Entertaining others can be hard, making people laugh can be even harder; however, a resident here at Westroyd House Care Home has it all covered.
We encourage and help our residents rediscover or find their hidden talents, much like Gertie here at Guthrie House Care Home who rediscovered her love for knitting and sewing.
Morse code is a method of telecommunications and has been a very valuable and important tool in history. Residents at Hopes Green Care Home were keen to share their knowledge about Morse code and learn more.
We rolled out the red carpet and held an Oscars ceremony here at Arches Care Home as we had a lot to celebrate.
The start of the New Year has brought us much to celebrate here at Arches Care Home, with five of our team receiving their Long Service Awards with a total of 95 years between them!
June is a resident here at Castlegreen Care Home and has always been a fun and bubbly character.
New Year, new hair. With a lot to look forward to in 2022, we need to make sure our hair can withstand all the activities.
Day by day technology is advancing and creating more opportunities for us. With the Coronavirus situation, many of us have found it hard to travel and go on holidays.
Here at Alexandra Care Home, we love reminiscing on the old days and finding ways of capturing the moment once again.
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