Residents to dress up on World Cup walk
WALKERS are being encouraged to dress in their national colours when taking part in a World Cup walk taking place in Upwood. The walk, which has been organised by staff at BUPA s Manor House Residential and Nursing Home in Upwood, will take place on Sunda
WALKERS are being encouraged to dress in their national colours when taking part in a World Cup walk taking place in Upwood.
The walk, which has been organised by staff at BUPA's Manor House Residential and Nursing Home in Upwood, will take place on Sunday June 18 from 2pm.
Brenda Parcell, activities organiser at BUPA's Manor House, said: "With our walk taking place during the World Cup we thought it would be a good idea for everyone to dress up in their country's colours. We hope everyone has an enjoyable day."
Residents of the nursing home and their friends will take part in the walk which will see England, South Africa, India, the Philippines and Poland represented.
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After the walk participants will be able to enjoy a picnic in the home's gardens as well as stalls and competitions.
INFORMATION: To find out more call Manor House Residential and Nursing Home on 01487 814333.
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