The Year 11 Princes Trust Group at King Edward VI High School chose The Manor House as beneficiaries of their Community Impact Project.
The young people wanted to visit and spend time here at the nursing home doing different activities around National Biscuit Day, but due to Covid restrictions this was not possible, so instead they created a wonderful box of activities and treats for everyone to enjoy.
Each of the students took the time to write a letter to introduce themselves which came to the home, along with a box including a recipe, suggestions for games, a quiz, icing, and sprinkles to decorate Rich Tea biscuits, a colouring sheet and treats.
Jodie McVay, Managing Director said, “we were absolutely delighted to have been chosen by these young people to be beneficiaries of their Community Impact Project. The time, care and consideration that went into the letters and box was truly lovely. Our residents have enjoyed reading the letters and finding out about the students involved in the project. The Biscuit Games have been great fun too! The creativity of the young people involved has lead to a lot of fun with Biscuits here. We’d like to extend a huge thank you to everyone involved.”