Fairways Care Home pride event has made it into the local news and we couldn’t be happier.

Kent News Online highlights the story on its local website in the lifestyle section.

The story reads:

Fairways Care Home recently embarked on a heartwarming project that brought their care community together in a beautiful display of unity and creativity as part of their Pride Month celebrations.

During a special arts and crafts session, residents and staff collaborated to create stunning floral arrangements spelling out the words ‘LOVE’ and ‘HOPE’ poignant words in a society where we need more love and acceptance.

The initiative was part of Fairways Care Home’s ongoing efforts to foster a sense of connection, understanding and well-being focused activities. The arts and crafts session provided a joyful and therapeutic experience, allowing everyone to express themselves creatively while working towards a common goal.

Fairways Care Home activities coordinator, Connie, shared her enthusiasm for the project. “Seeing everyone come together to create something so meaningful has been truly inspiring. This project has brought smiles, sparked conversations, and reinforced the supportive environment we strive to maintain here at Fairways whilst communicating the importance of love and acceptance.”

The floral display has become a focal point within the home, serving as a daily reminder of the importance of love and hope, particularly in times of challenge and uncertainty. The vibrant colours and intricate designs of the flowers evoke feelings of warmth and joy, lifting spirits throughout the day.

Fairways Care Home remains committed to creating an environment where everyone feels included, valued, supported, and inspired. Through projects like these, the home continues to celebrate the diversity and resilience, emphasising the significance of love, hope, and acceptance for all.


Read the full story online at Kent News here.

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