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Lost and found at Hampton Court

Date posted: September 7th, 2010 | Tags: Love Walk, Camberwell, Denmark Hill, Residential Care home, CQC,Southwark, physical disability, recovery, rehabilitation, visit, trip, outing, history, learning, Hampton Court Palace, maze, world famous

A group of six residents from Love Walk, accompanied by care staff, visited Hampton Court Palace on Thursday 2nd September.

The royal palace, which dates back to the early sixteenth century was home to some of England's most famous monarchs, including Henry VIII, Quen Elizabeth I, the ill-fated Charles I and, after his execution Oliver Cromwell. The beautiful estate, located in Richmond South-West London was home to members of the royal family until the late eighteenth century and was first opened to the public by Queen Victoria in 1838.

Our residents enjoyed visiting the palace and gardens and learning about its history and former occupants and guests. In particular, everyone was excited to enter Hampton Court's famous maze, which is boldly proclaimed to be 'the most famous maze in the world'. The maze dates back to 1689 and includes more than half a mile of paths.

We're pleased to report that all of our residents successfully navigated their way out of the maze and regrouped to enjoy ice creams and other refreshments before returning back home to Love Walk!

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