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Mothers take to the garden at Chorleywood Beaumont

Mothers take to the garden at Chorleywood Beaumont
27th March 2009

The chance for elderly residents at Chorleywood Beaumont to get outdoors in the spring was presented to them by Barchester Healthcare workers to welcome the new season with the planting of flowers.

Residents at the care home in Hertfordshire, which also provides luxury apartments for independent living should it be desired, celebrated Mother's Day at the home through the activity, where each mum planted a flower with their family in the garden created specifically for the event.

Female residents and staff were given primroses to plant as well as bulbs to honour the traditional yearly occasion, bringing families closer to the home.

In charge of the activity were the home's general manager Shaun Canavan and activities overseer Cathy Parsons.

The fun did not stop there however, with a special Mother's Day lunch where relatives were given the opportunity to have lunch with their loved ones.

Chorleywood Beaumont received a good rating from the Commission of Social Care Inspection and hopes to give residents the best quality of care, set on the background of "beautifully landscaped grounds".

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