Bupa’s Ailsa Craig Care Home in Glasgow is celebrating after its annual summer fete raised £400 to support new activities for the residents.
Various activities and stalls were set up for residents, guests and visitors at the Brand Street care home, including a nail stall, candy cart stall, a psychic, a raffle, a tombola and an ice cream van, and entertainment was also provided throughout the day.
Kellyanne Mullan, Acitivity Coordinator at Bupa’s Ailsa Craig Care Home, said:
“The fete was a resounding success, with visitors attending from far and wide and the band really added to the lively atmosphere.
“We are all thrilled the event managed to raise so much money and would like to thank everyone involved.”
The proceeds will go into the Ailsa Craig activity fund which ensures residents have access to even more events such as day trips, outings and various other leisurely activities that provide many social benefits.
“The money raised from the event is a fantastic boost for our activity fund, helping our residents to participate in even more new and enjoyable events and activities.
“At Ailsa Craig, we aim to ensure our residents have the best quality of life. Our activities go down a storm with residents so we make sure we put as much emphasis into our programme as possible.
“We are looking forward to planning more upcoming future activities with the funding we have received from the summer fete.”