CHRISTMAS AT LOVE WALK

14 December 2018

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas at Love Walk as residents got together to help decorate the Christmas trees and make some table centre pieces from decorations left over from previous years. Members of the care team also took the time to decorate the outside of the home, ensuring Love Walk looks super festive this year!

As well as decorating the home, residents have been getting into the festive spirit by spending the afternoon at local school, Sacred Heart in Camberwell. As is tradition, pupils and residents enjoyed a Christmas tea party with performances by students and other local community groups including Irish dancing and a brass band.

It was a lovely afternoon and our thanks as always go to Sacred Heart for the repeat invitation!   

 

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