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Christmas Calls for Crafting at Wigmore Care Home

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8 December 2021

Christmas Calls for Crafting at Wigmore Care Home

With Christmas just around the corner, residents of Rogers House Residential Care Home have been embracing their creative sides and making decorations and displays.

Armed with plenty of faux flowers and foliage, the residents got together on a cold morning, to show their creative sides and make some festive flower arrangements.

Adding some sparkle to their displays, the residents used glittery pinecones and pieces of tinsel amidst their wintery flowers, to give them a truly festive finish. The residents also created a giant snowy scene, to put up on the wall in the dining room and spread a bit of festive cheer.

Jackie Miles, Home Manager of Rogers House said: “We’ve got lots of festive fun activities going on this month, including crafts, baking and more, the residents are having great fun getting into the Christmas spirit and are always looking forward to finding out what is coming next.”

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