Featherton House Care Home residents enjoy cake at their Macmillan Coffee Morning. Followed by a birds of prey demonstration in the conservatory.

Treats And Talons At Featheron House

Our residents love busy days at Featherton House Care Home. On Friday morning we joined the nation in raising a ‘cuppa’ and a slice of cake for Macmillan Cancer Support’s World’s Biggest Coffee Morning.

Our generous Featherton family brought in a wonderful selection of homemade and shop-bought cakes, while residents and visitors tried to guess how many berries were used in a pie. Altogether our coffee morning raised £172 for Macmillan Cancer Support.

Later that afternoon, residents were treated to a falconry demonstration in the conservatory. Berkshire based Wings of Freedom is a social enterprise that organises birds of prey activities for care homes and for those living with dementia.

One of our residents has a keen interest in birds of prey and thoroughly enjoyed the visit. Where possible we will tailor activities to the particular interests of residents while giving others the opportunity to try something new.

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