Creative residents at a Sanctuary Care home in Dovercourt, Harwich have crafted beautiful bonnets in time for Easter.
Residents at Don Thomson House Residential Care Home in Low Road have been rolling up their sleeves to create egg-stravaganza headwear.
High-tea Easter party with bonnet parade
Residents have lovingly created beautifully bright bonnets filled with colourful tissue paper and themed accessories including bunnies, chicks and egg shells in time for their high-tea Easter party, which will take place this weekend.
During the themed festivity, residents will proudly show off their egg-cellent creations at the home’s annual parade.
“…all our bonnets are wonderful creations.”
88-year-old resident Joan Neat said: “I really enjoyed making my Easter bonnet - I’ve always loved art and think all our bonnets are wonderful creations. I’m looking forward to showing them off at our Easter parade.”
The Sanctuary Care home’s activities leader Kim Milne said: “Our residents have really enjoyed making their Easter bonnets. The activity brought back some wonderful memories of when our residents were children which are always lovely to hear.”