AN OUTING TO DULWICH PARK

17 July 2018

Elmwood residents recently enjoyed a trip to Dulwich Park kindly funded by some of our relatives to celebrate their loved one turning 100. 

Residents enjoyed spending time in the park where they visited the duck pond and had lunch together. The group also made the most of the lovely weather and indulged in some refreshing ice cream.

Everyone had a great day out and agreed it was nice to spend time outside in the lovely weather. Our resident who was celebrating her very special birthday commented, “The day could not have been better, I had a lovely lunch with everyone. Thank you to everyone for helping out.”

We would like to say a big thank you to our relatives for making this trip possible! 

 

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