Blooming lovely floral fun at Warren Lodge
Residents at Warren Lodge Care Home in Wokingham enjoyed a visit from members of the local Women’s Institute, as they prepared floral displays for the home.
“Our ladies had a lovely time with the help of the WI, with eight beautiful vases of flowers carefully selected to complement different parts of the home,” comments centre manager, Anthony Browne. “With daffodils and tulips starting to flower in our gardens, it was lovely to bring some extra colour inside – and you can smell the blooms as soon as you walk through the front door!”
Warren Lodge is a residential care home offering 24-hour care to those aged 65 years and over in need of round the clock support, whether as respite, post-operative or long-term care, including dementia. It is part of the Forest Healthcare family of homes, which includes 13 individual homes throughout the South East of England. For more information on Warren Lodge, please visit www.foresthc.com or call 0118 973 4576. Those interested in a place at Warren Lodge are welcome to visit at any time, with no appointment necessary.
Pictures show: Mrs Alice Sherley and Mrs Doris Rolfe working with flowers at Warren Lodge Care Centre.
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