PEOPLE are welcome to take part in seasonal fun at Nynehead Court’s Easter Egg Trail - a free event at the residential care home.

Children and adults alike are welcome to attend the annual event, where they can enjoy the opportunity to walk or run through the grounds of Nynehead Court to hunt out chocolate eggs.

While people make their way around the grounds, visitors are encouraged to enjoy the beautiful plants and flower growing throughout.

Visitors to this year’s event are able to partake in Easter crafts with the team who are responsible for residents’ activities at the home. This will take place at 2pm on the day.

The Easter Egg Trail will run on a range of dates between April 3 to April 7, from 10am until 4pm.

The event is open and free for all who attend, and kind donations to the residents’ amenity fund would be greatly welcomed by staff at the home and its residents.

Joanne Fenn, who is the Home Manager, said: “Our Easter Egg Trail is, like our Halloween Tree Trail, a very well-attended tradition at Nynehead Court. We are looking forward to welcoming everyone, and are keeping our fingers crossed for better weather.”

Nynehead Court Estate is Grade-II listed country house, which is set inside 18 aches of beautiful parkland, which offers gracious retirement living for older people who require residential care or close care housing.

There are currently 44 residents at the home within the court, and close care housing for eleven retirees/couples within the Mews.

A new wing in the home, named Mulberry, caters for those with memory impairment or who would benefit from greater stimulation, this wing has a higher ratio of staff to residents.

Independent living is also possible at Nynehead Court, where eleven close care Mews houses provide the opportunity to extend home ownership and enable people to live independently, armed with the knowledge that care support and security is available if required.

Please call the home manager, Joanne for further information about Nynehead Court or its events, on 01823 662481 or email [email protected].

All children must be accompanied by an adult.