STAFF and residents at a Bradford care home enjoyed an annual summer fair with the local community.
They were joined by their families and took part in traditional games such as hook-a-duck and a tombola at the event at Crossley House Bupa Care Home in Fairweather Green.
There were cupcakes, cakes and cookies made by Debbie and Danielle, activity co-ordinators at the home.
There were stalls selling local products, such as honey, painted plant pots and wax melts, and firefighters from the Fairweather Green station attended along with a fire engine, allowing residents to climb aboard.
Local police officers also visited to chat with residents and visitors.
Lorraine Randles, home manager at Crossley House Bupa Care Home, said: “We always really enjoy hosting our annual summer fayre and it was a great turn out this year.
“Everyone in attendance had a fantastic time – even the weather held out!
“A favourite of the afternoon was most definitely the tombola and once again, it was a pleasure to invite members of the local community to join in our celebrations.”
Crossley House Bupa Care Home provides residential care including for those living with dementia, Huntington’s or Parkinson’s disease.