Resident’s of Lime Court inspired by local school children


Posted on May 1st, by editor in CT Extra. No Comments

When the pupils of St Joseph’s primary school donated hand made bird boxes to residents of Lime Court residential home, Harwich, to go into the courtyard garden, they were inspired to complete a project to rejuvenate this area of their home.

When the pupils of St Joseph’s primary school donated hand made bird boxes to residents of Lime Court residential home, Harwich, to go into the courtyard garden, they were inspired to complete a project to rejuvenate this area of their home.

 

The home donated the funds to inaugurate the project, of which there were seven raised bays. Residents chose numbers from the bingo machine to form their teams and then chose numbers for the staff that would be joining





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