Donkey surprise at Innage Grange

Posted on November 1st, by editor in Caring Times. No Comments

Residents at Coverage Care’s Innage Grange care home in Bridgnorth were introduced to a very special guest recently – Elvis the Donkey.

Nineteen-year-old Elvis came to visit from the Elisabeth Svendsen Trust based in Sutton Coldfield. The donkeys regularly visit care homes around the West Midlands offering adult therapy.

Manager Pauline Tremellen said Elvis’ visit had been

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