Summer fair to take place at Sheffield care home
Some residents paying for care in Sheffield will be welcoming the public into their home at a summer fair next week.
Residents and their families and friends at Anchor's Eagle House will enjoy live music and a barbecue at the event, reports the Sheffield star.
There will be a bouncy castle for the children, and another one for adults, ensuring that the whole family will have a great time.
In addition, cheese and wine tasting activities will be held, along with a cake sale.
Home manager Jason Axford told the publication: "I hope the local community will support the fair.
"There will be the usual tombola, raffle and stalls - and also a chance to pillory the man in the stocks!"
This follows news of a fun day organised by Helen McArdle Care and Kids 1st Nurseries, which raised £1,200 for The Children's Foundation, reports the Morpeth Herald.
Posted by Nigel Murphy