Armistice Day at Lunan CourtResidents at Lunan Court, nursing and nursing memory care home, in Angus, celebrated Armistice Day. 

The Residents for Armistice Day had a reminiscent morning talking about growing up during or after WW2. 

As a group, they read the poem, ‘In Flanders Fields’ by John McCrae and discussed how the poem made them feel. Additionally, the Residents read out a fact sheet, and talked about how the poppy is a symbol of remembrance. 

Residents and staff on shift all did a 2-minture silence in remembrance.

One Resident, commented, “It was a sad and sobering poem. I like how other countries do Armistice as well.”

Another Resident, added, “I liked reading the poem and understanding the importance of its meaning.”

Ursula Schneider, Care Home Manager, said, “It was lovely to see the Residents enjoying the day.”