Busy Summer for Serenita ARBD Home…

Busy Summer for Serenita ARBD Home

Serenita ARBD Home share their busy summer stories…

Serenita have had such a busy summer, due to this they have decided to share their august activities…

Chepstow Races

Residents went to Chepstow races last week, because this was in response to the resident’s feedback, and is the first of its kind. Everyone said how much they enjoyed the day!

Resident at the Chepstow Races Residents at the chepstow racing






Fishing and blackberry picking

They enjoyed another afternoon of fishing, but this time incorporated it with blackberry picking, that they later made into a pie for all to enjoy.

Resident putting the bait on the fishing line Residents fishing resident picking blackberries making homemade blackberry pie homemade blackberry pie







The weekly cycling on adapted bikes is still very popular. Half of the group watched a football match whilst the others did outdoor laps around the sport fields. “Everyone slept well that night” [Nicky Tweedle, Activities coordinator]

Residents cycling outdoors Resident cycling on an adpated bike outdoors






Weston Food Festival

Residents took a stroll along the Weston Super Mare promenade and hopped on the land train. They stopped for lunch to enjoy traditional fish ‘n’ chips. After lunch they went on to visit the Weston Food festival at the Tropicana.

residents and staff enjoying fish and chips on the sea front







Computer Course

Three of Serenita residents have started a computer course at The Carlton centre. They are also enrolling next week for courses in ”managing the emotions of anger” and ”creative writing”

End of Summer Party

Finally..to keep the good morale going and to celebrate the achievements of residents in voluntary jobs and learning projects. Serenita held an ‘end of Summer party’ and invited Campania along to enjoy the celebrations.
“Everyone had a lovely time!” [Nicky Tweedle, Activities coordinator]

“It has been an amazing and productive Summer. The residents are benefiting so much from these community based activities, which helps in their recovery and provides a positive outlook on life.” [Nicky Tweedle, Activities coordinator]

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