Leawood Manor in Nottingham were delighted to welcome MP Ruth Edwards, as part of their Care Home Open Week celebrations.
Ruth enjoyed looking around Leawood Manor, where she had the opportunity to meet and chat with residents, their families and team members.
During the visit, she joined residents in some activities, such as armchair exercise, flower arranging and enjoyed seeing residents interact with West Bridgford Tuneless Choir who were performing at the home.
As part of the home’s ‘Bringing Nature Back to the Garden’ project, Ruth gladly took part in a tree planting ceremony with resident James, a keen gardener.
Ruth also spoke to the team at Leawood Manor about the excellent work they do and the wonderful facilities the home offers for residential and dementia care for the elderly in West Bridgford.
Zimran Alam, Senior Home Manager at Leawood Manor, said:
“We were pleased to welcome MP Ruth Edwards to Leawood Manor. She expressed her sincere thanks for the opportunity to visit Leawood Manor and the experience of spending time with the residents, family members and the team, which she had thoroughly enjoyed, and she hoped to visit again soon. We look forward to welcoming Ruth to Leawood Manor again soon.”