An adventurous spirit has started, Sid Bailey’s 'Stuffed with Love' bear embarked on an extraordinary adventure to Florida with Mathew Lainton, Night Care Manager at Sid Bailey Care Home and his family.
Amidst the care and dedication of both staff and residents, the bear prepared to take flight on an aeroplane, poised to explore the world and uncover the wonders that lay beyond the horizon.
The purpose of this once in a lifetime opportunity was to share with Bear, life experiences in a different country.
Florida described as the most magical place on earth was truly an exciting trip for Matthew and his family and they said it was an honour to have Bear join them.
Matthew’s daughter was so happy she had a companion on her trip and made sure Bear met friends along the way, including Minnie & Mickey Mouse & ensured bear also visited the magnificent Cinderella Castle which welcomes visitors from around the world to a magical world where dreams come true.
The journey of Sid Baileys Care Home's ‘Stuffed with Love’ bear has been what can only be described as magical. As the bear returned home to Sid Bailey, it carried with it not only the memories of an incredible journey but also the spirit of joy what Florida had to offer.
The tale of the bear's voyage to Florida will forever remain a cherished chapter in the legacy of Sid Bailey Care Home – a testament to the remarkable individuals who make up its vibrant community and the indomitable spirit that binds them together.
Sid Bailey have been running a competition to find Bear the perfect name, the winner won't only name the bear, they will also receive their own bear and maybe share their adventures with us too. It is only £1 to enter your suggestion, to take part, just pop into the home and speak to our friendly team.
All the proceeds raised from the “Stuffed with Love Bear” will be donated to the The residents chosen local charity Cortonwood Comeback Community Centre.
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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