MHA Brookfield decided to add some life and colour to a corridor wall by painting a seaside theme mural.
The paintings include a fish and chip shop, a sweet shop, a train carriage, an ice cream shop, and plenty more.
The best part of the mural is that the characters posing as shop owners and ticket officers are staff members who work at the home.
Victoria Davidson, activity coordinator said:
“The mural took around 2 years to complete as we kept adding to it.
“A lot of the credit must go to our chaplain Jane who is by far the better artist out of us two.
“She painted the staff members, and the likeness is so good.
“The residents have really enjoyed watching it come together and because of the paintings on the wall they can identify where their room is.
“The mural was definitely the talk of the home, and it became something that uplifted the staff members.
“Whenever we do an activity that involves art or some form of creativity, I put the final form on the walls to showcase the talent our residents have.
“It’s been a very enjoyable task and seeing it come to life as time has progressed has been worth it.”