Broadlands Lodge Joins Ormiston Victory Academy for Wreath Making
In a heartwarming collaboration, residents from Broadlands Lodge were invited to Ormiston Victory Academy by the Friend in Deed charity for a delightful day of making festive wreaths. The resulting creations are now proudly on display in and around the home, spreading holiday cheer to all who enter.
The event brought together the wisdom and experience of Broadlands Lodge residents with the creativity and enthusiasm of staff and students from Ormiston Victory Academy, the participants crafted beautiful wreaths that showcase the magic of the holiday season.
The festive atmosphere was further enhanced by the joyous interactions between residents, students, and staff. Laughter filled the air as everyone immersed themselves in the art of wreath making, creating not only beautiful decorations but also cherished memories.
As the wreaths found their place within Broadlands Lodge, they became more than just festive ornaments—they became symbols of the spirit of the holiday season. Each wreath tells a story of friendship and the joy that comes from coming together to celebrate the magic of Christmas.
To add a sweet touch to the occasion, minced pies were shared among the participants, creating a warm and inviting atmosphere that perfectly complemented the festive creativity on display.
This collaborative effort, facilitated by the Friend in Deed charity, not only brought joy to Broadlands Lodge but also strengthened the bonds between generations, fostering a sense of community and shared celebration during this special time of year.
Danforth Care Homes are currently welcoming residents, If you or a loved one wish to find out more information or come along, explore the facilities, and meet the staff, you can do so by contacting the enquiry team.
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