Broadlands Lodge recently embraced the spirit of the Harvest Festival with a day of celebration and reflection, capturing the essence of gratitude and giving. The day was filled with meaningful activities that brought residents, staff, and the local community together.
The festivities began with a special Church service led by Reverend Tim Dawson from St. David's Church. It was a time for both residents and guests to come together, and express gratitude for the bountiful harvest, the service was truly heartfelt.
In the afternoon, the talented chefs at Broadlands Lodge treated everyone to a delightful and elegant afternoon tea. The spread was a reflection of their craftmanship, and it was enjoyed by all who attended.
The Harvest Festival also carried a message of giving back to the community. Broadlands Lodge announced that they would be collecting donations of tins and nonperishable dried food goods for their local food bank. This gesture embodies the spirit of the season, reminding everyone of the importance of generosity and to help support for those in need.
At Broadlands Lodge, every day is an opportunity to celebrate the values of gratitude, community, and giving. The Harvest Festival is a reflection of their commitment to providing a nurturing and vibrant environment for residents while also fostering connections with the local community. Broadlands Lodge's commitment to celebrating these values, along with their dedication to giving back, adds a special dimension to the care and warmth they provide.
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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