Easter celebrations at our Luton care home brought in a record turnout this month. Almost 400 people from the local community joined in the annual fun day!
Staff at Little Bramingham Farm care home welcomed local children and their parents. Everyone enjoyed a mobile petting farm, Easter egg hunt, music from singer Aimi P and a bouncy castle, as well as a visit from the Easter bunny.
The event saw 382 people arrive to participate in a host of activities and to mingle with the residents. Care Home Manager Emma Lawrance said that her team were delighted so many people joined the celebrations.
Emma said: “It was a wonderful day, full of fun and laughter. The cute animals at the mobile farm were a real hit with the children!
“It’s great to have the space to set up a day like this – complete with the bouncy castle, an outdoor concert and the mobile farm. We love making good use of our lovely grounds.
“Our residents loved meeting the kids and enjoying the music and festivities going on around them. It’s always a treat to invite the local community in to have a look around and to find out a bit more about what life is like at Little Bramingham Farm. We’ve had some lovely feedback from our visitors.”
As well as providing local families with fun Easter activities, the event also supported local businesses who had stalls at the event. Meanwhile, Terry Watson – a relative of one of the care home’s staff – spent the day dressed as the Easter Bunny, handing out treats to the younger visitors and residents.
Little Bramingham Farm residential care home is part of the charity Friends of the Elderly and based in a historic Grade II listed farmhouse with purpose-built extension and picturesque gardens.
The dedicated, well-trained and compassionate team provide residential care and active social calendar for residents. The Easter Fun Day is just one of the many events put on by the team to welcome the local community into the home.