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Easter Fun In Abundance at Drummaul House

Over the Easter period we have had an Easter disco which Eamon McQuade came along to sing at.

There was an Easter service with Revered McNeil who kindly came in and take and he also did a favourite hymn sing-along which the residents always look forward to.

Thank you to Sue Avery – the activity therapist from Glenkeen nursing home- for bringing us in a some lambs from her farm. Sue also supplied us with an egg incubator so we are currently incubating duck eggs and chick eggs and the residents are impatiently waiting to see them hatch.

We would also like to wish Sue all the best as she had knee replacement surgery and is off work to reciprocate.

A big thank you to our Billy who came in to sing and play accordion for us as the residents really enjoyed his songs and banter.