Magna enjoy afternoon tea at Haskins

Five residents from Magna Care Centre in Wimborne enjoyed a day out at Haskins.

Some of the residents expressed an interest in visiting a local garden centre now the weather has improved.

We started with a wander around the outdoor plant area – enjoying the smells and colours of the flower displays. We talked about the flowers we currently have the garden and what we may grow now the months are warmer.

We made our way to the café where we enjoyed a well deserved hot tea and cake together, before going to explore the indoor aquarium shop and look at the tropical fish and the mesmerising aquariums. The bright decorations within the tanks are so attractive and appealing, and enhance the soothing effects that aquariums are known for.

As a result the residents enjoyed a 1 to 1 shopping experience and were very happy to be out in the fresh air where the sun was shining. There was smiles and laughter all round.

The Magna care home in Wimborne is a stunning Care Centre providing residential and specialist nursing care for up to 63 elderly residents.

If you would like to find out more about life at Magna Care Centre, what is happening at the home, events, or to arrange a visit, please contact us on 0808 223 5541 or email magnacare@caringhomes.org.

Magna Care Centre

Home Manager

Kayleigh Frulli

Address

Arrowsmith Road,
Canford Magna,
Wimborne,
Dorset,
BH21 3BQ

Contact
0808 223 5541
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