Staff and residents of the Queensmead care home in Christchurch are inviting all friends and family to attend their annual summer fayre this Saturday 6th September.
The fayre will take place between 1pm and 4pm with visitors invited to enjoy activities including Zumba demonstrations, street dancing and browse a range of stalls.
There will also be a 35-foot bouncy castle, balloon artist and children’s play area with a special visit from Peppa Pig.
The event will be also be well attended by Dorset Police, Dorset Fire and Rescue Service, South Western Ambulance Service and Christchurch Activities for Young People with representatives from local branches of the Stroke Association, Help for Heroes, the Alzheimer’s Society and Dementia Friends joining the fayre too.
Refreshments will include a barbeque and a delicious selection of homemade cakes will be available to buy from the cake stall.
Janine May, Home Manager at Care South’s Queensmead care home, said: “Our Summer Fayre is a real highlight of the year for residents and staff have been working hard to organise the event and ensure it’s a special day.
“This year we’ve got a huge variety of games and stalls for all the family to enjoy. The money we raise will go towards the residents’ Amenity Fund, which enables us to run activities for our residents. We hope to see as many people as possible supporting this fantastic cause!”