Bupa’s Braid Hills Care Home in Edinburgh is celebrating after its annual summer fete raised a staggering £900, smashing its original fundraising target.
The care home, on Liberton Drive, opened its doors to the public and invited them in to enjoy some fun in the sun with the residents and staff.
Various activities and stalls were set up for residents, guests and visitors including a raffle, a tombola, a baking stall, craft stalls, stalls selling burgers and hotdogs, bric-à-brac, and musical entertainment.
Joined by their relatives and friends, the residents at Braid Hills had a great afternoon browsing the attractions and assisting staff on the stalls and games.
Stephen Hagan, Home Manager at Bupa’s Braid Hills Care Home, said: “This year we really went all out and the fete was bigger and better than ever. It was a resounding success, with visitors attending from far and wide and the music really added to the lively atmosphere.
“We are all thrilled the event managed to raise so much money and would like to thank everyone involved.”