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October 2019 was a busy month for the residents of Rivington Park, as they started their Halloween preparations and were also supporting the MacMilliam coffee morning that was recently held.
Residents enjoyed carving their pumpkins ready for any little visitors who may have been trick or treating. The home was decorated and some of the residents chose to dress up for the day. It was lovely to see grandchildren and families enjoy the celebrations together!
Whilst those residents got their hands dirty carving their pumpkins, some of our other residents, who are keen bakers enjoyed decorating cakes to be sold at the MacMilliams coffee morning to raise money for a deserving charity close to many of our hearts.
Here at Rivington Park, we are continuously planning diverse in-house and external activities for our residents and family members to enjoy. It is important that we are able to provide a stimulating environment to all, where they feel happy and engaged.
Residents of Rivington Park Care Home, Chorley enjoyed a trip to Chorley Town Hall to watch the Skylarks Choir perform a number of their most loved dancing tunes from their youth.
The ladies and gentleman who attended the evening donned their best outfits ready to dance or bop the night away. The town hall was a hype of activity with a number of other local care homes being involved in the evening. This meant the residents had the opportunity to socialise and engage with many other people throughout the night, making new friends whilst talking about past times.
Pat Dixon, Registered Manager Said
“It is lovely to see the residents enjoy such an eventful evening, I know many of them were looking forward to the trip and it certainly didn’t disappoint. I love being able to provide our residents with the opportunity of meeting new people in a different environment.”
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