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Entertainer is Unbelieva-bubble at Watling Court!

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30 April 2019

Entertainer is Unbelieva-bubble at Watling Court!

There is never a dull moment at Watling Court in Ifield Way and this week was no different, as the residents welcomed a visit from bubble man, Simon, who was excited to show his audience the breath-taking art, magic and science of bubbles.

Spellbound by the spectacular show, the residents watched on in amazement as he used his variety of tools to put on an incredible show with the bubbles, which left them all asking, ‘how?’

Helen Goulding, Housing Officer at Watling Court commented: “Simon’s performance was truly unusual and a real spectacular. The residents were able to get actively involved and learn about the science behind the bubbles, which was really fascinating.

“They were all absolutely mesmerised by the performance, from start to finish and they haven’t stopped talking about it since!”

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