Our Halloween celebrations at Camelot House and Lodge were enjoyed over two days, with parties, fancy-dress competitions and games, themed food and drink, a fabulous musical performance from Daisy Chain Productions, and a visit from Treacle (one of the lovely Pets-As-Therapy dogs) who wore a special canine Halloween costume.

Pictures show: Angie Moore and Richard Dempslake from the activities team in their fancy dress costumes; caring staff Emily-Anne Williams and Richard Kingdon enjoying the apple-bobbing; Pets-As-Therapy dog, Treacle, with owner Jay Tunney-Dale and Richard Dempslake; Richard Dempslake with resident Jacky Totterdell, Debbie Maunder, one of our laundry workers, who won Camelot House’s fancy dress competition; Ann Vaughan, head of administration and winner of Camelot Lodge’s fancy dress competition.

Many thanks to all our terrific staff for their help at both events, to the Friends of Camelot House and Lodge for all their support, and to residents and family and friends for joining in the fun.

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