Residents at Four Acres, in Studley, Warwickshire, have embraced the weather this week, spending time in their gardens.
To get their garden ready for warmer, brighter days, residents spent time planting their springtime flowers and bulbs too. The residents enjoyed getting out in the fresh air and doing a spot of gardening, which made them excited for future spring days.
Fresh air and gardening have great benefits for residents, this is why the Runwood Homes Group promotes initiatives in the Spring and Summer months, like their annual Blooming Marvellous Competition, which receives much interest every year.
At Four Acres, the garden is inclusive to everyone, and residents are encouraged to enjoy the outdoor space. The home’s garden features raised flower beds too, for green-fingered residents. The residents are looking forward to enjoying their garden as the weather gets warmer and the Four Acres staff team look forward to hosting activities in the garden for residents, like morning mocktail events, outdoor fitness sessions and even special lunches too.
Home Manager at Four Acres, Dani Pathiarge, commented:
“We enjoy hosting a variety of activities within the home, and in warmer months we enjoy having activities in the garden as well. Our residents enjoy gardening, and we are always proud to see how bright and colourful our garden is and showing it off to relatives and other visitors. We have a comfortable seating area in the garden which is ideal for a relax and a chat with friends and family.”