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Get creative at Worcester care home pottery workshop

August 26th 2016

People in Worcester are invited to a fun, free pottery workshop at Perry Manor care home on Saturday 17th September.

From 10.30am until 12pm, visitors will be given a taste of the range of activities which take place at Perry Manor with a pottery taster session. There will be the opportunity to try out moulding and sculpting pottery in the free workshop, which will be led by Lisa Tye from Queen Bee Art Workshops.  

Everyone who attends on the day will be able to meet the Care UK team, take a tour of the care home and enjoy delicious, homemade treats baked by the care home’s head chef Peter James McGregor.

Perry Manor home manager, Pushpa Sagoo, said: “We are really looking forward to welcoming the community into our home for a day of fun-filled activities, and to give local people a glimpse of what life is like at Perry Manor.

“We encourage residents to continue enjoying the hobbies they have always loved, as well as giving them the opportunity to discover new talents and interests. The pottery class gives just a taste of the different kinds of events and activities on offer at Perry Manor, and we are all looking forward to trying a new hobby with our visitors.” 

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At Perry Manor, our ‘outstanding’-rated care home in Worcester, residents and their families have the reassurance of knowing that the home’s expert team can provide the highest quality of care for people with a wide range of needs, including complex nursing needs and end of life care. This allows residents to stay living at the home should they eventually need nursing care. The expert team, led by award-winning home manager Katherine Matthews, receives the latest training in all areas of care and get to know your loved one like a member of their own family, understanding their individual medical needs and their unique personality and life story.

Perry Manor
Charles Hastings Way
Worcester
Worcestershire
WR5 1ET (For sat nav, please use post code WR5 1DD)

0333 321 1925

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