Barchester’s Hugh Myddelton House care home, in Southgate was a den of ghoulish activity as the home’s spooky Halloween Party got into full swing.
Residents and staff got in to the spirit of things by decorating the home, icing spooky biscuits and cupcakes prepared by the home’s chef and holding a pumpkin carving competition. Also, we welcomed Anna and her group of toddlers into our home and enjoyed singing, playing games and having a chat about Halloween. Residents and staff admired children’s lovely costumes and everyone was delighted to treat the children with some delicious sweets.
General Manager, Jade Shea cackled:
“Our staff and residents love any excuse for a party! The home looks fantastic with all the decorations and our head chef did us proud with lots of spooky treats – we’ve all had a brilliant time.”
Jean resident at Hugh Myddelton House said:
“It has been such a fun day. It was wonderful to see everyone go to so much effort to get into the Halloween spirit. I really enjoyed the pumpkin carving competition, decorating spooky designed biscuits and spending time with the little children.”