The home raised funds for the scheme that distributes funds to nursing and health charities by hosting an open gardens event over the weekend.
At the event, which saw 77 visitors, members of the local community were invited to view the home’s award-winning gardens for a donation and enjoy a cream tea and scone.
The home which was awarded Best Dementia Garden at the 2016 National Dementia Care Awards were the first care home in Warwickshire to open their gardens for the NGS.
Their landscaped gardens currently include; a fairy tale forest area, greenhouse, outdoor boules court, chicken coop and a modern water feature with a fish pond as its centre piece.
Customer Relationship Manager at Anya Court Care Home, Karen Handley said: “It was lovely to see so many people enjoying our garden which was looking at its absolute best with the judging for our annual Hallmark in Bloom competition having taken place just a few days beforehand.
“The physical and mental health benefits of gardening have been well researched and documented and the residents here at Anya Court are passionate about their garden and many visitors commented that they could see the love for our beautiful garden.”
Resident, Amy Cooke, 90 said: “It was lovely to see so many people strolling around the garden and I enjoyed chatting to quite a few about the future plans we have been making for it.”
Anya Court Care Home is part of Hallmark Care Homes, the award-winning care provider established in 1997 with 18 care homes across England and Wales. Hallmark Care Homes’ registered nurses and trained carers are highly qualified and take pride in delivering excellent standards of relationship-centred-care. Anya Court provides residential, nursing and dementia care.
For further information please visit www.hallmarkcarehomes.co.uk
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