Green fingers win an award

Residents and staff of a Henfield care home are celebrating high recognition in a national gardening competition. Red Oaks Care Home have come runner up in the Barchester In Bloom competition for their entry in the Best Residents Project category. Beating more than 50 other entries, the project was to turn the homes courtyard into not only a place of peace, 'Charlie Dimmock Maintenance Manager Martin Carroll-Hallett, Activities Manager Marilyn Knight, and gardener Mitch Edwards.
Residents and staff of a Henfield care home are celebrating high recognition in a national gardening competition. Red Oaks Care Home have come runner up in the Barchester In Bloom competition for their entry in the Best Residents Project category. Beating more than 50 other entries, the project was to turn the homes courtyard into not only a place of peace, 'Charlie Dimmock Maintenance Manager Martin Carroll-Hallett, Activities Manager Marilyn Knight, and gardener Mitch Edwards.

RESIDENTS and staff at a Henfield care home were runners up in a Barchester in Bloom competition for the Best Residents’ Project category.

Red Oaks Care Home celebrated beating more than 50 other entries with a project to turn the home’s courtyard into a place of tranquility and beauty and also an area that had reusable produce.

Presentations at the awards lunch in Birmingham were made by TV celebrity gardener Charlie Dimmock.