Cheshire care home residents celebrate fair’s fundraising success

Elm House resident Dorothy Knowles (R) keeps longtime friend Janice Harding company on the fair’s homemade jewellery stall.

Elm House residential care home in Nantwich, Cheshire, is celebrating its fundraising success after raising over £270 at its Autumn Fair. The event saw staff, residents and friends of the home come together to raise money for the Elm House residents’ activities fund.


The Autumn Fair, which is held annually at Elm House, hosted a number of stalls run by staff, residents and friends of the home, including a raffle, a tombola, and even a handmade jewellery stand. Many of the stands were made possible by volunteers and donations from members of the local community.


The proceeds of the fair were donated to Elm House’s activities fund, which is used to pay for trips and days out for residents at the home.


Steve Maddock, Home Manager at Elm House, commented: “We were delighted to have so many generous visitors to our autumn fair who helped us raise over £270 for the residents’ activities fund. We’d like to say a huge thank you to everyone who donated and was involved in making the day such a great success.”


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