Birmingham care home enjoy a fulfilled AprilDuring April, Residents at HC-One’s Perry Locks care home Birmingham enjoyed a fulfilled programme that seen them celebrate Easter, the Queens birthday and St. George’s Day.

For Easter, Residents enjoyed an Easter bonnet making competition, some lovely Easter eggs gifted from friends, family and Colleagues and of course an Easter egg hunt.

Afternoon tea was enjoyed by Residents for the Queens birthday, which took place in one of the homes beautiful lounges. Draped in union jack buntings and balloons, the setting was perfect for Residents to dress up, have a sing along and a little dance to celebrate Her Majesty’s 95th.

Perry Locks Home Manager Rebecca Bristow said: “I appreciate everything all of the staff are doing during this difficult time, they always make sure Residents are kept safe and that they wellbeing is priority.”

Situated in a peaceful residential area of Birmingham, Perry Locks is a friendly care home with 128 beds, offering nursing, residential, nursing dementia and residential dementia care.
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