Grimsby Residents get baking for National Coffee Cake DayThe beginning of April marked National Coffee Cake Day, so Residents at Clarendon Hall residential and nursing care home, in Grimsby, tried to make as many as they could to mark the occasion.

Hayley Sandison, Wellbeing Coordinator, led the session which included Muriel Skelton, Barbara Brumby, Margaret Sethi and Amy Glover (all pictured), who all got involved in making and decorating their own coffee cake, which was enjoyed with a nice cup of tea. 

One of the Residents commented, “It always tastes better when its homemade!”

Margaret added, “It’s been ages since I cooked a cake and I really enjoyed it.”

Nicola Walker, Home Manager, remarked, “That cake is the best I have tasted!”
 
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