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Residents Relish Valentine's Cupcakes and Crafts

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19 February 2020

Residents Relish Valentine's Cupcakes and Crafts

Residents of Rogers House Residential Care Home in Wigmore enjoyed a week of Valentine’s Day activities from themed crafting to tucking into tasty cupcakes.

Their first activity saw the residents craft their own Valentine’s themed table centerpieces, using an array of haberdashery tools including pipe cleaners, lace and stickers, the artistic residents made some stunning centerpieces, which they went on to use to decorate the tables for their luxury Valentine’s Day lunch.

Residents were also invited to join a special afternoon tea celebration, with the tables laid with themed cupcakes, biscuits and tea aplenty, everyone enjoyed a relaxing afternoon together.

Jackie Miles, General Manager of Rogers House said: “Everyone had a great week trying all the Valentine’s activities, we finished it off with a lovely afternoon tea, which was very relaxing and enjoyed by all!”

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