Residents from Bulwell care home, Fairway View, are excited to be co-hosting a community coffee morning in September with Bulwell United Reformed Church.
On Saturday 17th September from 10:30-12:00, staff and residents from Fairway View will offer hot drinks and toasted tea cakes at the church. They will also be holding a table-top sale, selling pre-loved and handmade items, crafted by the residents in the care home.
93-year-old Beryl Bradley enjoyed crafting items to be sold at the church, including cross-stitch bookmarks and floral jars. She said,
“I’m really looking forward to the coffee morning, it will be fun working on one of the tables and having a chat with everyone. I’ll make sure people buy our jars!”
All money raised will help to source and purchase specialist resources, like sensory equipment and interactive screens. It will also provide additional opportunities for days out and trips away for the residents.
Rachel Squire, the Home Manager at Fairway View, said, ‘We can’t wait to host our coffee morning with our friends from the Bulwell United Reformed Church. Our residents love to meet new people, and they’re really excited show people the beautiful things they’ve made.
‘Our residents love to try new things and visit new places, and the residents’ fund is essential to allow us to be able to give them those extra special experiences.’
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Fairway View, located on Swale Close in Bulwell, is a residential and dementia care home operated by Ideal Carehomes. All 41 bedrooms are en-suite, enabling staff to deliver person-centred care in a dignified manner, promoting independence as far as possible. Fairway View is proud to be rated as ‘Outstanding’ by the Care Quality Commission.
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