Residents of Canterbury care home enjoy a pub visit

Zarine Kemp enjoys her trip to the pub

Submitted by Housing and Care Report

Making the most of the warmer weather, residents of Connors House care home in Canterbury, Kent, enjoyed a trip to a local pub for lunch.

It was a fun Friday at the Craddock Road residential care home as residents headed to their local high street for lunch.

With outings limited for the past few years due to restrictions in place for vulnerable people, residents were delighted to be able to enjoy the beautiful spring weather and have a meal together.

The classic Friday dish, fish and chips and a nice hot cup of tea, was a popular choice among hungry residents, as they relaxed and made the most of their afternoon.

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Christine Devlin, General Manager of Connors House, said: ‘We like to take residents out when we can, but outings have been limited since the pandemic so it’s wonderful to be doing them again, especially as the weather is getting better. improves.

“The residents had a great afternoon and were happy to tell us about it when they got home. We all look forward to more releases in the months to come.

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