One recent holiday to Scarborough held a major aspect of special interest for all of our service users during an educational visit.
The visit to Scarborough’s Rotunda Museum brought everyone face to face with a few ancient artifacts from the Bronze and Mesolithic Age, and lower Cretaceous period.
Also spotted was the Speeton Plesiosaur – a fantastic marine reptile from the lower Cretaceous period, found near Filey.
Ralph Parish, registered manager at Goldcrest House says: “It is our role to ensure our service users lives are enriched in any way possible.
They are used to visiting Scarborough but have never visited the museum. We thought it would be a good learning opportunity for them to understand a little bit more about the coastline they all love so much.”