Wigmore Care Home Residents Catch Sun Despite Storm
Regardless of the gloomy weather, residents of Rogers House Residential Care Home in Wigmore, have been preparing for the return of warmer weather with a craft project.
Missing the spring sunshine, residents of the Drewery Drive residential care home decided to make some lovely bright sun catchers, to hang in the windows when the sun returns.
Using a variety of coloured crepe paper and several shapes, such as stars and birds, the creative residents started work on their project. Cutting and sticking carefully until they had a complete sun catcher.
Once completed and hanging in the window, the resourceful residents were thrilled as their brightly-coloured catchers sparkled in the sunlight, shimmering as they blew in the wind.
Jackie Miles, Home Manager of Rogers House said: “Creative activities are always a hit with the residents here, they’re very therapeutic and something they can do over a cup of tea and a natter.
“The finished catchers look lovely and are a delight to see on a sunny day.”