Derbyshire care home Burton Closes Hall is inviting the local community to attend a day of activities in support of National Care Home Open Day including the unveiling of their first ever Well Dressing.
Burton Closes Hall, in Bakewell, are hosting a full day of activities Friday 20th June between 12 noon and 5.30pm including the reveal of the traditional floral tribute which will then be displayed in the town centre as part of Well Dressing Week.
Members of the public will be able to tour the facility which is housed within a historic country mansion and enjoy a programme of activities which include refreshments, entertainment, stalls and prizes throughout the day.
National Care Home Open Day provides the opportunity for thousands of UK care homes to open their doors to welcome the public, connect residents with their local communities, and change perceptions and common misconceptions of care homes for good.
Kim Bibby, Care Home Manager at Burton Closes Hall, said: “We are extremely excited to invite the public along as we unveil our first ever Well Dressing which is set to go on display in Bakewell town centre – and what better time for the big reveal than National Care Home Open Day.
“The National Care Home Open Day activities programme will give members of the community the chance to see firsthand what Burton Closes Hall is all about; to remind people that our care home is filled with unique and interesting residents and run by special people that really care..
“Come and join us for this prestigious event which will not only celebrate our care home, its residents and its staff but also the age-old Derbyshire tradition of Well Dressing.”
The National Care Home Open Day programme of activities will take place between noon and 5.30pm on Friday 20 June – there is no need to register and entry is free, For further information please contact Burton Closes Hall care home on 01629 814 076.
Address: Burton Closes Hall, Haddon Road, Bakewell, Derbyshire, DE45 1BG