Primrose House runner up in scarecrow huntAt HC-One’s residential memory care and nursing memory care home, Primrose House, their local Haslington Village in Crewe held a scarecrow hunt which involved the people of the village making scarecrows so Colleagues and Residents got involved too.  

Primrose House and fellow HC-One home Hollymere House joined forces in making several scarecrows which were displayed at the front of the homes.  

Fourth place prize was awarded from the village committee to the homes and Wellbeing Coordinators Pauline Roberts and Kate Rigby are delighted with it!

Pauline, who is pictured with Doris the scarecrow, commented on how good it felt for the Residents to get awarded for the efforts in helping make the scarecrows.

Alison Brown, Home Manager, said "It is always wonderful to see the community spirit within the village and for us to get fourth prize was brilliant”.
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