The team and residents at Bramwell explored the great outdoors, with a sponsored walk of the care home car park, in Bramcote, Nottingham.
It began at 10am and finished when the team completed 100 laps.
The team worked with the residents to complete their goal of 100 laps, to raise money for days out in the community and extra amenities in the home.
The Wellbeing Lead at Bramwell, Beverley, had the pleasure of inviting friends and family at the care home to spend the day supporting their loved ones, with words of encouragement and donations to aid in the homes’ fundraising efforts.
The sponsored walk was introduced to the home as an opportunity for residents to reconnect with the outside world, particularly after all the restrictions that they have endured over the last few years.
With the warm weather, music and the support from friends and family, the day went extremely well and ran smoothly from start to finish, thanks to the fantastic organization from Wellbeing Lead, Beverley.
Beverley Hamilton, Wellbeing Lead at Bramwell, said: “We are so happy with how the event turned out today. The residents did so well, and it was great to see so many people joining in and getting active. With the music playing, the sun shining and lots of positive spirit – it really was a great day!”