Great to hear of our very brave service users future hopes and dreams as they film what moving into supported living accommodation means to them.
The challenge is to take on the marathon mileage of 26.2 miles in a way that suits them, running, walking, in one go or a little bit at a time, either way it’s about getting active whilst raising funds for BHF life saving research.
Deciding the place and the pace, both of our fundraising stars’ MyMarathon Challenge builds Pace this May racking up the miles in the park inching them closer to their goal.
Well done, we’re right behind you both in completing your marathon challenge and supporting a really good cause. If you’d like to help our cause please donate here.
Creativity has taken over at Goldcrest House where a love of everything creative has developed during the weekly craft and art classes scheduled for service users.
Stretching creative abilities, service users have recently been encouraged to take part in themed craft activities.
From painting sea themes, to Easter themed models, using canvas, paints, wool, and other materials, textures and colour, 3D and 2D, it’s all about exploring that inner artist and pushing yourself just a little bit further.
And as you can see, we have some very creative individuals here.
Embracing Springtime and getting the garden prepared to look its best is a task we all embrace here at Goldcrest House, but there won’t be a prize for guessing who got stuck in to really work his magic in the garden.
Spring work wasn’t just confined to the outside, We’ve been working just as hard inside tackling all those cleaning jobs!
Great team effort – good job everyone.