The Springhill Care Group has given residents at its three homes a Halloween with a difference.
With a focus on fun; residents, visitors and staff all got into the mood with decorations, baking and singing.
The smell of lavender and orange cake filled Springhill Care Home in Accrington and residents enjoyed pumpkin decorating.
Meanwhile, at Birch Green Care Home in Skelmersdale, a Halloween tea dance was the order of the day, with a selection of themed music put together by the home’s lifestyle team.
Homemade cup cake cream tea was on offer for all who took part in the day and the Skelmersdale care home was personally decorated by staff and residents.
Bristol’s Riversway Nursing Home invited local singer Dave Dean, a former star of TV’s Stars in their Eyes, to entertain residents.
The home was decorated for the occasion with spiders, pumpkins and ghosts, and residents got into the spirit with hats and masks.
Ken Nolan, chairman of Springhill Care Group, said: “Quality of life is key at all our homes and both residents and staff need no excuse to enjoy a celebration – whether it be Christmas, Easter or Halloween.
“I would like to thank everyone who took part and made these events so successful.”