‘Aloha’ from Guysfield

Staff and residents at Guysfield Care Home have been trying to banish the recent bad weather in a rather unusual manner. A Hawaiian-themed afternoon was put on to brighten the day and remind everyone that summer is (hopefully) just around the corner.

Guysfield Activities Coordinator Carolyn decorated the conservatory beautifully with flowers, coconuts and tropical fruit and palm trees. Everyone had a traditional Hawaiian ‘lei’ to wear around their neck and tropical cocktails were served.

A number of staff and residents dressed up in grass skirts and attempted to dance the Hula including Ashton and Kerry (pictured.)

Guysfield Manager, Mary Woods said:

“The Hawaiian afternoon brightened everyone’s day. We run a wide variety of activities throughout the year to suit our residents’ interests, but this was just one of those that felt right to do with the rain coming down as it has been. Now we are all ready for the sun to shine and the summer to finally start!”

Guysfield Care Home is run by the family-owned Caring Homes Group, which was founded in 1994 by mother and son team, Helena and Paul Jeffery. Located in the beautiful conservation village of Willian, just a mile to the south of Letchworth Garden City, Guysfield provides residential care for up to 50 elderly people.

Guysfield

Home Manager

Pawel Michalewicz

Address

Willian Road,
Willian,
Letchworth,
Hertfordshire,
SG6 2AB

Contact
0808 223 5509
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