Residents and staff at Clayburn Court care home in Peterborough were busy last week hosting their own summer fete that took place on Saturday 23rd July. 

Clayburn Court opened its doors to the public from 10am-3pm, with a day of traditional summer activities for all the family to make the most of the sunshine. This included stalls selling homemade cakes and crafts, a tombola, face painting and games such as giant Jenga and hook-a-duck. 

Home Manager, Sheila Fielding said “All the residents have enjoyed the day, it also gave the chance for the community to come into the home.  It has been a busy few weeks in the home preparing for the summer fete.”

“We try to always have lots of interesting activities organised for residents and their families at Clayburn Court.”

“I’m glad the community supported the fete and looked round to see for themselves how nice it is to live at Clayburn Court.”

One of the activities co-ordinators, Jessica Morton, said of the day; “the residents had a lovely day in the sunshine, everyone particularly enjoyed the singer Chris who came to perform. We look forward to planning our next big event.”

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