Windsor Street Care Centre run their very own I’m a Celebrity themed Bushtucker Trials
Windsor Street have drawn praise for their creative solutions to activities.
The team at a local care home in Cheltenham created their very own versions of Bushtucker trials for residents to enjoy.
The home took creative inspiration from the well-known ITV show, I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out of Here, to create their Bushtucker trials.
The home is blessed with two brilliant Activity Coordinators, Jess and Katie, who have the role of supporting the wellbeing of their residents through stimulating and varied activities.
The current pandemic has resulted in restrictions being brought into care homes to protect residents. This has made it difficult to run some of the traditional activities in large groups, but the team at Windsor Street has drawn praise for their creative solutions.
As well as these Bushtucker trials, the care home has run their very own in-house Olympics and are in process of organising a special Halloween pumpkin trail for their residents to enjoy with carved pumpkins donated from the local community.
You can keep up to date with this Pumpkin Trail and future activities at Windsor Street Care Centre on their Facebook page here.
Marzanna Urbaniak, Home Manager at Windsor Street Care Centre, said: “Our residents absolutely loved getting involved with our very own bush tucker trials! I am incredibly proud fact that our Activity Coordinators gone above and beyond to put together a stimulating programme of activities at this time.”
I’m a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here is due to return to our screens before Christmas, however this time from Gwrych Castle in Abergele.