23 Dec Christmas at Woodspring
Christmas at Woodspring House is always a very busy time of year. Victoria and Donna were busy planning the activities and events for the festive period as early as September and they did not disappoint.
This year was particularly special as BBC Look East came to the home when Jack Brook the Shetland Pony came in to see us at our Christmas Coffee Morning. We were very proud to see such a fantastic video of our wonderful home and incredible residents going around the internet. So thank you to everyone that came in.
We had our annual trip out to Thursford for The Winter Wonderland. The lights, fake snow and life like statues were again a sight to behold, creating curiosity and awe in staff and residents alike.
Then we had our Christmas Jumper day were staff and residents dressed up in their ugliest (or most beautiful) jumpers for Save the Children. In our photos you’ll also see other activities such as the last movement to music of 2019 and mince pie making. A Big thank you must go to Ann, Victoria’s mother who has been helping out with activities in the run up to Christmas – she organised and ran the cooking activities and for that we are very grateful! She did an amazing job.
And finally, it wouldn’t be Christmas without the Woodspring House Residents Christmas Party, held every year without fail. Patsy Rose entertained, there was dancing, singing and general merriment. And to finish it off a great feast of savoury and sweet snacks. Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to everyone!
Here are just a selection of photos from everything mentioned above, check out our Facebook page for the full selection.