HAND CREAM WORKSHOP AT LOVE WALK

29 May 2018

Residents at Love Walk recently enjoyed another hands-on session with local bee keeper and friend of the home, Paul Vagg.

Paul has run numerous sessions with residents since 2016, the first of which was a honey-making workshop. The most recent workshop saw residents experiment with scented oils such as raspberry, lavender and orange to make their own hand cream.

Everybody enjoyed creating their very own, personalised hand cream and are looking forward to using it. Thanks to Paul for yet another successful workshop!  

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