Rose House Care Home Creates Beautiful Jubilee Display from Residents’, Staff and Relatives’ Hand Cut-Outs

Much like everyone else, Rose House care home are eagerly preparing for the Jubilee celebrations next week, decorating their home, organising events and preparing for a long weekend of fun and themed activities.

With such important relationships between members of Rose House’s community, the team sought to reflect that in their decorations for the Platinum Jubilee and have made a brilliant Union Jack window display made from every residents’, staff members’ and relatives’ hands cut out.

Lisa Facer, who is the Home Manager at Rose House, commented: “I am so proud of everyone in our close community that has helped to create our lovely display. The display is located in a prime position so that walkers-by can see the finished piece and see how close and connected we are at Rose House. I would like to say thank you to my wonderful team for working together to help the display come to life. The project has made all of us very excited for our Jubilee celebrations next week.”

In addition to the display, Rose House residents have also been making crowns for their celebrations and the team are currently running their Jubilee raffle.

 

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