Latest activities from Campania

St Fagan's Castle

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Campania’s latest activities see them visit St Fagan’s Castle.

One of the most luxurious Elizabethan Manor Houses in Wales. The house and surrounding medieval buildings are Grade 1 listed. Complete with beautiful garden displays and St Fagan’s National Museum of History.

Residents enjoyed exploring the grounds in the sunshine and stopping for a drink in the cafe…

resident enjoying a hot drink in the cafe at St Fagan's resident enjoying a hot drink in the cafe at St Fagan's resident enjoying a hot drink in the cafe at St Fagan's Residents in the grounds of St Fagan's Castle Residents in the grounds of St Fagan's Castle Residents in the grounds of St Fagan's Castle Residents in the grounds of St Fagan's Castle Residents in the grounds of St Fagan's Castle St Fagan's Castle


Rain Check

Taking a ‘rain check,’ residents had some fun with creative indoor activities. These included rock painting, making things with shells (collected from the beach during their Holiday in Illfracombe) and board games…

Campania resident's latest activities of arts and crafts Residents make pictures from shells

 

 

 

 

 


M Shed

Residents take a trip to Bristol to have a picnic and visit the M shed; a museum all about Bristol.  Everyone enjoyed looking around the modern day life museum, looking and reading about things in the museum. Especially having fun listening to all different types of music in the 7 decades of sound exhibition…

 

Confectionery exhibit through the years Resident listening to music at the M Shed museum Resident listening to music at the M Shed museum Residents in the M Shed museum Residents exploring exhibit in the M Shed

 

 

 

 

 

 


Burnham on Sea

Campania take a trip to Burnham on sea. They enjoyed Ice creams and a stroll along the promenade…

Residents sat enjoying an Ice Cream in Burnham on Sea Residents & staff strolling along Burnham on Sea promenade Residents strolling along Burnham on Sea promenade Residents strolling along Burnham on Sea promenade

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