EASTER EGG HUNT AT LOVE WALK

05 April 2018

An Easter egg hunt at Love Walk provided great fun for all residents on Easter Monday. The mini chocolate eggs were hidden in the communal areas of the home and residents helped suggest some ingenious places to put them. Everyone helped to hide eggs around the place, with some even being tucked away in some tulips.

One of our residents commented, “It was great fun! Who said that Easter egg hunts are just for children?!”

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