A care home in Bognor has received a heart-warming gift from local schoolchildren this week, as residents enter their second week of isolation.
A collection of paintings from children at South Bersted Primary School have been sent to Elizabeth House, which is run by Shaw healthcare, in an attempt to boost the mood of residents following the COVID-19 lockdown.
Staff presented the artwork to residents before they are displayed in the home’s windows, so that everyone at Elizabeth House can enjoy the childrens’ creations over the coming weeks.
Home manager, Marian Drake, said: “We were delighted to receive such a heartfelt gift from the children of South Bersted Primary. These uncertain times can prove challenging for our residents, and these paintings have really put a smile on everyone’s faces. We thank the children for all their beautiful work and look forward to continuing the relationship between our home and the school.”