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Keeping Residents in touch with Nature

The Chocolate Works Care Village, York, have been extremely fortunate with the weather, recently taking advantage of the sunshine by spending afternoons on the garden terrace and other lovely, sunny spaces around the home. However, on days that we are unable to go outside, we bring the outside in! Recently, residents on the Knavesmire community created an Autumn scenery board and next week we will be making wreaths with residents on our Riverside community.

Activities Co-Ordinator at The Chocolate Works, Libertee Hull, explained that ‘residents love to be connected to the outdoors and we are fortunate that we have many opportunities to accommodate these desires. When the weather allows it, we spend time outside whether on the roof terrace, the front lawn or the peace garden, but as we enter the colder months, we like to bring the outdoors in so residents can stay in touch with nature.”

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