One of our staff members took up a charity challenge of climbing Mount Snowdon (Yr Wyddfa in Welsh) which is the highest mountain in Wales and England. A rock decorated by our service users was left at the summit! What a wonderful achievement.
We have enjoyed a summer packed full of activities and days out within our local community. We have got our annual passes for the wonderful Yorkshire Wildlife Park where we regularly enjoy the walking safaris through the lion reserve. We also enjoyed days out to the British seaside including trips to Cleethorpes. Other action packed days out consisted of adventures to Go Ape, the Deep and outdoor activities in places such as Ladybower and Rother Valley. Daycare have had a number of day trips including the National Railway Museum and Jorvik Viking Museum.
Mealtimes are an important part of everyones day and should always be an enjoyable experience. Service Users are activity encouraged, where able, to participate in the preparation of their own meals. We support Service Users to have a healthy and balanced diet and are always encouraging new food experiences. Helping on our community allotment allows to think more about where our food comes from and how we approach healthy eating. We use produce from our allotment where possible across our services.