Jolly jumpers bring festive joy
On Friday last week it was ‘National Christmas Jumper Day’ for ‘Save the Children’, so individuals supported at our PWS service, Gretton House, in Northamptonshire, decided that it would be nice to take part.
They and all the support teams donned their Christmas outfits to raise money for this good cause. They got involved in fundraising, which they enjoyed. They also enjoyed their Christmas Dinner before everyone now begins to go home for the holidays.
They were keen to send out a more personal Christmas card this year and came together to create their festive message.
There were Christmas carols, dancing, selfies, cracker pulling and of course a three course meal with some fizz.
Gretton House is a specialist residential service supporting up to 20 adults with Prader-Willi Syndrome (PWS).
The support team always ensure there’s lots to do around Gretton House especially in the large activity room where the focus is on fun and inclusion. Activities include arts and crafts, music and dance classes, music workshops, drama classes and much more.