Button up at Hulcott

Here at Hulcott nursing home in Alyesbury, we had lots of fun and laughter during one of our craft mornings when great pals, residents Arthur and Peter shared a joke or two when they joined us.

They are such funny, popular characters here and a little bit playful too. True to form, instead of crafting with the materials such as buttons, they couldn’t stop laughing and spent their time reminiscing and telling each other jokes.

Their laughter and cheerfulness was so infectious that the arts session turned out to be a hilarious hour with everyone chipping in with their jokes, banter and funny stories. Not much crafting was done.

They do say that the phrase ‘to button up’ is to carry a task or order to completion but needless to say, our crafting session will be postponed for another day but we’re not complaining.

We all had so much fun and we’re sure that there’ll be lots more laughter when these two gentlemen are around.

Hulcott Nursing Home provides the highest standards of specialist nursing and residential care for up to 38 elderly people.

If you would like to find out more about life at Hulcott Nursing Home, including our events and activities, please contact us on 0808 223 5514 or hulcott@caringhomes.org.

 

 

 

Hulcott Nursing Home

Home Manager

Karen Ives

Address

The Old Rectory,
Hulcott,
Aylesbury,
Buckinghamshire,
HP22 5AX

Contact
0808 223 5514
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