The team at a Sanctuary Care home in Stourport-on-Severn were transported down the rabbit hole with a Mad Hatter’s Time for a Cuppa tea party.
People from the local community attended Ravenhurst Residential Care Home’s event as part of March’s national Time for a Cuppa week, to raise funds for Dementia UK.
The team dressed as characters from Alice in Wonderland – with activities leader Carla Siwicki grinning as the Cheshire Cat and care assistants Terri O’Neil and Nicki Evans as Alice and the White Rabbit.
The home looked spectacular with decorations, including beautifully hand-painted vintage cups and saucers and giant pink flamingos.
Activities leader Carla Siwicki said: “It was an amazing day. There was a brilliant atmosphere with lots of laughter and smiles.
“Thank you to all of you who helped us to raise £60 for Dementia UK.”
Time for a Cuppa is Dementia UK’s national fundraising event. It brings people together to raise money for the provision of nurses specialising in dementia care.
This event was funded by the MoneyBox Fund at Sanctuary Group, Sanctuary Care’s parent company.