The promise of summer sunshine allows us to expand our range of outdoor activities and engage residents in a host of fun.
All tastes are catered for as our Social Life Co-ordinators have been busy coming up with creative ideas and arranging memorable occasions. From crafts to choirs, animal guests dropping by to enjoying fresh air and beautiful blooms in the garden, there’s something for everyone.
For a nostalgic trip down memory lane, Oldbury Grange in Bridgnorth will celebrate the 75th anniversary of D-Day on 6th June with 40s style singer Kitten Von Mew.
Highlights at Morris Care Centre in Wellington include the summer barbecue (8th June) on a ‘Beside the Seaside and All the Fun of the Pier’ theme, with singing, tasty treats and a few surprises in store.
Locals and families are welcome to join in the fun when Corbrook Park’s beautiful garden hosts its Country Show and Garden Party in Audlem on 22nd June, in aid of St Luke’s Hospice. A variety of stalls, classic cars and vintage tractors are among the attractions lined up.
Residents from Radbrook in Shrewsbury will enjoy a trip to Morris & Company’s 150th anniversary exhibition at Shrewsbury Museum and Art Gallery. For World Music Day on 21st June, children from Little Explorers Nursery will play instruments for residents to mark the day in style.
It’s the summer solstice on 21st June and Stretton Hall in All Stretton will celebrate with strawberries and cream and a glass of Prosecco. The home is looking forward to a variety of guest visitors during the month, among them Sarah and the Alpacas.
Shrewsbury’s Isle Court welcomes musicians Abi and Iwan playing violin and piano, has a cupcake fundraiser for Alzheimer’s Society and hosts youngsters from Earlyworld Nursery to make items for Children’s Art Week in its varied programme for June.
With so much going on, it’s safe to say our residents will enjoy a jam-packed June (come rain or shine).