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Green fingered Skylark House welcomes wildly kind community group

June 27th 2019


Skylark House has partnered with local gardening community group, Wildly Kind, to create a growing space for residents and locals to enjoy. 

The home has been working with the group to build and plant the garden over the last few weeks. 

Wildly Kind have donated and helped to build a garden on the care homes grounds, with the volunteers then planting a variety of flowers, fruit, vegetables and plants. 

The project will have great community impact, as volunteers of all ages can help maintain it with the residents. It will also offer great inter-generational benefits, as schools are welcomed to join Skylark House in upholding the garden. The supply of fresh fruit and vegetables will also be enjoyed by residents and the local community.

Devendra Lallchand, home manager at Skylark House, said: “We’re so pleased to have joined forces with Wildly Kind and to create this wonderful garden for us and the local community to enjoy. 

“Spending time outdoors and connecting with nature around us can prove to be beneficial for both the physical and mental wellbeing of older people – particularly those living with dementia. While it is a calming, peaceful activity, the distinctive sounds and vibrant colours of the garden are also great for providing sensory stimulation for residents.” 

Skylark House, our modern purpose-built care home in Horsham, West Sussex, opened its doors in late 2016. If you’re looking for a beautiful new care home in Horsham for an older loved one, Skylark House offers an impressive range of round-the-clock, personalised care services to cater for their unique needs. The team at our 82-bed home has the skills and experience to deliver the very best in nursing and short term respite care as well as specialist care for people living with Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia.

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St Marks Lane
RH12 5PU

0333 321 1995

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