Lake House's Christmas
Tis the season for joy and laughter, and that is still the case at Lake House Care Home in Adderbury, despite the Covid-19 restrictions this year.
On Elf Day, colleagues delighted residents with their cheeky antics, while dressed up in festive costumes and a local nursery sent some elf artwork to complete the day.
A local florist donated a beautiful real tree, which was decorated for all to see at the front of the home. Lake House resident, Sally, did the honours and switched on the twinkling Christmas lights for the home.
There have been plenty of festive arts and crafts along the way, too: from card making to mince pie baking, the residents have enjoyed a creative build up to the big day.
The home’s visitor room was opened in December, just in time to enable visits from loved ones over the Christmas period.
Although the celebrations on the day are to be socially-distanced, residents at Lake House have enjoyed their own ‘party in a bubble’ to keep the festive spirit strong.
All at the home wish a very happy Christmas to relatives, friends and the community in Adderbury who have all been so incredibly supportive during a challenging year.
Here’s to a bright 2021!