Big hearted school children donate plants for Doncaster care home residents
Big hearted Doncaster school children came up with a blooming lovely surprise – by donating plants to residents at a care home.
Residents at Harry Priestley House in Thorne have been planting the flowers in preparation for the growing season.
One resident David Jepson, who is keen gardener, said: “Gardening is one of my favourite activities. Our home has a lovely spacious garden and I’m looking forward to spending more time outdoors as the weather gets brighter and warmer.”
Anne Stobart, home manager at Harry Priestley House, said: “It was such a delight to receive the flowers from the schoolchildren of Mashland Primary School. It lifted our residents’ spirits up. We are looking forward to opening our Home up to more activities with the community when it is safe to do so.”
RMBI Home Harry Priestley House is run by RMBI Care Co, part of the Masonic Charitable Foundation. The home is currently able to safely welcome new residents. For more information, please visit: http://www.rmbi.org.uk/