Weather can’t dampen spirits at the Mill House Summer Fayre

Mill House care home in Chipping Campden opened its doors to the community once more this week as they held their popular annual summer fayre.

With activities and entertainment including Morris dancing, an owl & reptile display, a magician and live music, there was something for everyone to enjoy.

Mill House Manager Koren Evans-Slade was relieved that the weather did not manage to ruin the day:

‘Despite a torrential downpour and thunder and lightening, everyone still had a great time today! It is always wonderful when the community comes together to support these events as our residents enjoy playing an active part in the local community.

I would like to thank all of our staff for their hard work in organising the day, local businesses that donated some fantastic raffle prizes and obviously everyone who attended.

We raised over £700 in total, which will go towards our two charities this year, Parkinson’s UK and the Alzheimer’s Society.’

Located at the heart of the delightful market town of Chipping Campden, Mill House is a purpose-built care home providing residential and specialist nursing care for up to 45 elderly people.
 

Mill House

Home Manager

Jane-Elizabeth Shelley

Address

Sheep Street,
Chipping Campden,
Gloucestershire,
GL55 6DR

Contact
0808 223 5524
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