St George’s Day celebrations at Campania

Large England Flag hung up in the garden

Campania celebrate St George’s Day…

Monday 23rd April is St George’s Day, because is is the death anniversary of St George; England’s patron saint’s. As stated by the legend, St George was a soldier in the Roman army whom killed a dragon to save a princess!

On Saturday Campania had a singer come in to play ‘golden oldies’ from the 60s & 70s. Residents and staff were off their seats and on the floor showing their moves.
Sunday afternoon spent in the seafront cafe enjoying the weather and coffee. Then on St George’s a BBQ in the garden for lunch followed by an afternoon of bingo fun.

We had an amazing weekend here at Campania with the build up to St George’s day.
We were so pleased to see so many of the residents get involved, the sunshine definitely helped. So we are all looking forward to the summer!

England flags displayed in Campania's garden Large England Flag hung up in the garden Chunu, activities coordinator, cooking the BBQ for the residents on St George's Day Staff and resident dancing to the live music Residents queuing up for the BBQ at Campania Residents sat enjoying coffee in the cafe on Weston Seafront Staff and resident dancing to the live music Staff and resident dancing to the live music Staff and resident dancing to the live music Staff and resident dancing to the live music Residents dancing to the live music Staff and resident dancing to the live music Staff and resident dancing to the live music Live singer at Campania

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