Care home summer fete is a great success


image2A care home in Bampton opened its doors to the community this weekend and held a memorable garden fete, which saw over 100 people attend.


Residents from Rosebank Care Home were joined by guests for an afternoon of fun with games, stalls, afternoon tea and a raffle raising £800 for the home’s residents’ fund.


Adding to the carefree atmosphere were steel drum band Lecaribe, as well as Rosebank’s very own Rosebud Choir who performed numbers including You Are My Sunshine and Me and My Gal. Guests also got up close and personal to birds of prey as Al’s Owls flew in for the afternoon.


Registered manager Lynn Hughes said: “The fete was a great success and we were really pleased to see so many people from the local community come along. The residents had a wonderful afternoon and we would like to thank everyone that attended for their support.”


Rosebank’s sister home, Churchfields in Cassington, also joined in with the Queen’s birthday celebrations. Residents and staff enjoyed traditional English pastimes with an afternoon tea and Morris dancing.


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