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VE Day Artwork & Celebrations JUNE 2021 NEWSLETTER If you have any comments or questions about the contents, please let us know. Please note that we welcome correspondence by email to [email protected] May has been another busy month for us at Cedar House... We continue to try old and new things! A BIG HELLO FROM ALL AT CEDAR HOUSE! Lot’s of love from all the residents and staff. We are thinking of you all xxxx 1|Page

For one art workshop this month we looked VE Day ready for the national celebrations on Saturday 8th May. The artwork also created a lovely reminiscence activity. For example, all the residents discussed what they did in the war, where they lived, were they evacuated etc. 2|Page

From war posters to model spitfires. Fairy Cakes 3|Page


The baking team had a go at making fairy cakes. They smelled lovely! After cleaning up it was a great chance to have a good natter with friends! 5|Page

May Thurcaston & The Artist Cropston Parish Magazine Hi, Here is the link to the May Thurcaston & Cropston Parish Magazine: /docs/03parmagapril2021plusgc A Friendship NOTE A note from Kenneth… 6|Page

The artist at work at Cedar House in Leicestershire. A Relaxing Swithland St. Afternoon Leonard’s C.E. Primary School A relaxing afternoon at Cedar House in 4th May 2021 Rothley… reading, visits, Skype/ phone calls, jigsaws, chatting, game shows, Dear Sally / Residents the radio and much more! The children really enjoyed receiving your cards when you sent them at Christmas in our Heartsforschools / heartsforhomes project. Recently, we were exploring one of our Christian values: trust, and through this the children asked if they could write to you again / create cards to remind us that we can always trust in a brighter future. The children are aged 4-11 and their work is all their own, with their own decisions about what they wanted to say to you. We very much hope you enjoy reading their messages about looking forward 7|Page

to brighter times when you will be able to see more of your families / friends and get out and about more. With kind regards Christine Lethbridge Headteacher 8|Page


Pretty in Pink Puddings galore… yum, yum! Art Workshop with a May Twist Marion looking lovely in pink lipstick applied by Shelina. Puddings Galore 10 | P a g e

We also had a May theme art workshop where the residents explored things associated with May e.g. maypole dancing, the May flower fairy, the May Queen etc. Mini Pizzas We made mini pizzas… They smelt and looked lovely. Too good to eat! One for you, one for me… What is your favourite topping? 11 | P a g e

A Coffee in the Cafe Some of the residents put the new cafe through its paces… from cappuccinos to mochas. Practice makes perfect! 12 | P a g e

Exercises A Cooked Pizza This month the residents did their weekly exercises. Marian wanted the residents to have a go at his daily exercise routine. He likes to keep fit! Keep up the good work everyone. One to One Time with the Residents The residents enjoyed their homemade Puzzles and walks were on the agenda. mini pizzas with a little bit of salad. 13 | P a g e Yum, yum!

Friendship at Cedar House 14 | P a g e

Friendship is important… cheers everyone! Tulip Design The residents had a go at designing their own tulips. 15 | P a g e

After finishing her tulips Irene also had a go at sketching the residents in action. 16 | P a g e

Shortbread Lovely and colourful! The residents also had a go at making shortbread. 17 | P a g e

funeral via zoom. It was a lovely service and very emotional. Mavis you were a wonderful lady who will be greatly missed. Lots of virtual hugs and kisses being sent to the family. Mavis Mains Funeral Service Some of the residents and staff came You will be remembered! together today to attend Mavis Main’s 18 | P a g e

Bird Watching The birds have been very busy at Cedar HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO House. Both residents and staff enjoy YOOOOOOUUUUUU! watching them. We have some very cheeky characters! 19 | P a g e Birthday Celebrations

and Annette Rowntree-Clifford’s birthday! HAPPY BIRTHDAY! WE HOPE YOU ALL HAD A FABULOUS TIME! Inspirational Quotes This month we celebrated Margaret Burnett’s, Liz Purnell’s, Gwen Perkin’s 20 | P a g e

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