Residents and staff at The Grove Care Home in Waltham had a beautiful sunny day for their annual summer fair, the home enjoyed a great turnout with local people joining families and residents for a fun and busy day.
There were many stalls and games to enjoy including a raffle and tombola, entertainment was provided by the care home’s resident’s choir. Lots of families, staff members and local community members came together to raise money for the resident’s comfort fund and enjoy an afternoon in the sun!
Stalls included plants and crafts made by members of the resident’s Gardening Club who had been busy making wooden bird boxes to sell. The boxes were specially designed for Wrens and Robins and proved to be very popular. There were also hand-made cards and cakes donated by residents, staff and families.
Home Manager Ros Wells, said:
We had fantastic support from local families and businesses who gave very generously towards the raffle and tombola prizes. We’d like to thank everyone who came along to support us and made this a lovely family event.
The summer fair raised over £700 for the resident’s Comfort Fund which goes towards special outings, day trips and entertainment for residents at the Waltham Care Home.