Residents and staff at Anchor’s Woodland Grove care home in Bath are busy this week planning their own Hawaiian Luau Summer Fete, which will be taking place on Saturday 13th August. 

Woodland Grove, in Weston Park, will be opening its doors to the public from 2pm to 5pm, for a day of Hawaiian fun and guests, residents and staff are all encouraged to get dressed up for the occasion. 

On top of this, there will be food and drink stalls, a live musical performance and a raffle with some great prizes up for grabs. All the residents are looking forward to the day, which will be a great chance welcome people from the local community into the home. 

Thomas McCombe, Activity Co-ordinator said; “It has been a lot of fun preparing for the summer fete. The residents are looking forward to a lovely day in the sunshine, and especially welcoming Bath Councillor Paul Cross to the event, who we hope gets stuck in to the Hawaiian fancy dress theme. 

“There are always lots of interesting activities organised at Woodland Grove and this party will be a great highlight. 

“Everyone is hopeful the community will enjoy the fete and have a look round to see for themselves how nice it is to live here.” 

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