Our 1940's themed open day was wonderful. We had a fantastic turn out with many friends and family coming to join in the celebrations as well as local people coming to have a tour of our home. Our vintage tea room was decorated in traditional "street party style" with replica 1940's newspapers, household leaflets and ration books. The wartime memorabilia brought back memories for the residents especially the vintage "Kit-Kat" chocolate bar wrapper. We had a Glen Miller tribute band come to perform called "Moonlight serenade", which made the atmosphere even more electric. The residents enjoyed listening to the classics and could be heard laughing to the jokes down the corridor told by the band. Jacek our chef created a fantastic buffet with pork pies, scotch eggs, pickled onions, mini quiches, cupcakes and a cheese platter which all went down a treat. Jacek even used old tuna and corned beef tins as the serving pots to give it a real wartime feel. our open day was a huge success and we look forward to seeing everyone at our Cheese and wine evening on 20th November at 6pm.