Frome Nursing Home opens its doors and welcomes the Frome community in to experience its wonderful Winter Wonderland. On Thursday, 21st November, the home transformed into a festive haven, offering a range of activities to spread holiday cheer and create lasting memories for all that visited.

Visitors, residents and their relatives were enchanted by a magical Grotto, providing children and the young at heart with the chance to meet the jolly old man himself. The Winter Wonderland was carefully designed to capture the magic of the holidays, and it did not disappoint.

Adding to the festivities, the home offered free mince pies and hot chocolate to all visitors. To make the event even more special for the little ones, presents for children were given out, by Santa himself. Every child in attendance received a thoughtful gift, adding an extra touch of joy to the Winter Wonderland experience.

Becky Press, Homes Manager at Frome Nursing Home, shared her excitement about the event, stating, “We were thrilled to open our doors to the Frome community and share in the joy of the holiday season. The Winter Wonderland was a labour of love, and we hope it brought smiles and warmth to all who joined us. It’s our way of giving back and fostering a sense of community spirit.”

Frome Nursing Home expresses heartfelt thanks to Deputy Mayor Andy Jones and Frome Town Council Leader Lisa Merryweather-Millard for joining our Winter Wonderland event. Their presence elevated the festive cheer, showcasing the strong community spirit in Frome. We appreciate their support and look forward to future celebrations together.

The Winter Wonderland at Frome Nursing Home proved to be a festive success, bringing together individuals of all ages to celebrate the holiday spirit. This sense of community and coming together is important for our family members (residents) and it can instil a sense of belonging.