Home   Bury St Edmunds   News   Article

Pre-school children produce colourful drawings for care home residents



More news, no ads

LEARN MORE


Pre-school children produced colourful drawings for care home residents to help brighten up their day.

Youngsters at Little Teapots, in Chedburgh, visit Glastonbury Court, in Bury St Edmunds, every month to spend time with the residents.

With the children unable to visit due to the coronavirus outbreak, they decided to produce drawings and their artwork was delivered to the residents at the end of March.

Little Teapots Pre-school produced drawings for Glastonbury Court care home residents
Little Teapots Pre-school produced drawings for Glastonbury Court care home residents

Linda Wright, deputy manager of Little Teapots, said: “The residents were really pleased. The drawings were great.

“Hopefully when things get back to normal, the care home will bring a group to the pre-school.”

The pre-school tried to stay open for the first week of the lockdown but had to close due to a lack of children and staff. They are looking to reopen after the Easter holidays.