The residents at Braydeston Court Care Home recently enjoyed a fun-filled day of arts and crafts thanks to a visit from the local nursery in Brundall. The children, who were eager to share their creative skills and energy, were welcomed with open arms by our residents, who were excited to spend time with the young visitors.

The day was filled with laughter and joy, as the residents and children worked together to create a range of arts and crafts projects. From painting and drawing to making collages and cards, there was no shortage of creativity and fun to be had. For many of our residents, this experience was not just about having fun and engaging in a creative activity, but also about fostering a connection with the local community. It was heartwarming to see how the visit from the local nursery brought people of all ages together and created a sense of togetherness and belonging.

The benefits of this visit were evident, as our residents were left feeling uplifted, energised, and with a renewed sense of purpose. The interaction with the children was a reminder of the joys of childhood and the importance of staying connected to the world around us. At Braydeston Court Care Home, we believe that fostering connections with the local community is crucial in promoting the health and wellbeing of our residents. It’s wonderful to see how a simple visit from the local nursery can have such a positive impact on our residents and create a lasting sense of joy and happiness.