Amberley Lodge residents invited relatives, friends and the public in to have tea and cakes to raise money for Macmillan Cancer Support.
They joined staff the day before the event to make and decorate cakes which were enjoyed by the visitors.
Home manager Elaine Robson said: “Cancer affects so many people’s lives and we were committed to raising as much money as possible.
“Residents also enjoy welcoming new people into their home, especially children. The key to wellbeing for people with dementia is to keep active and engaged. I have a wonderful team of staff who work hard to ensure that each resident has a genuinely individual care plan that incorporates their likes, dislikes and hobbies.
“As well as a great team, we are also grateful to have the support of relatives of current and former residents who help us on our fundraising days, social events and outings.”