Fairview care home Residents visit The Kelpies and want to ‘bring them home’ on the busResidents from Fairview care home, based in Stirling, had a great day out on the minibus to visit The Kelpies. 

The Kelpies are 30-metre-high horse-head sculptures which had not been seen by most of the Residents before. 

Several of the Residents were shocked at the size of sculptures, but described them as ‘beautiful’ and ‘amazing’, and one of the Residents even asked: “Can we take them home with us?!”

The trip to visit the sculptures was enjoyed by a number of Residents, including: Annie, Betty, William and Thomas. 

Care Home Manager Elaine McCulloch, said: “I think the trip to see The Kelpies was brilliant for all involved. Our lovely Residents enjoyed every minute, and were really blown away by how huge the sculptures are. 

“It’s great that we can still be providing our Residents with brand new experiences as good as this!”

Whilst the Residents and Colleagues were on their visit, they were lucky enough to experience a piper who played some songs just for the Fairview Residents, who thoroughly enjoyed his performance. 

Everyone on the trip really enjoyed the people watching, the amazing scenery and being able to enjoy a nice cup of tea or coffee from the local coffee bar. 

 
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