Wildlife was the highlight on our trips so far this week. LLamas, squirrels and ducks and swans, with even an appearance of the Wentworth flock of birds which has now been moved to the country park.
Meanwhile back at the hubs it was crafts and exercise.
Up at the Harding hub it was outside to pick the strawberries, inside to paint a picture of them and then the end result was to make them into a strawberry trifle.
Down at the Parkgate hub it was more games, the Euro sweep and a visit to Barnsley FC ground.
Another day of outdoor visits.
While back at the Parkgate and Harding hubs.
Another busy day. The painters were in action at the Harding hub alongside the exercise class. Down at the Parkgate hub it was competitive games and fun. While a group visited Rufford Abbey Country Park for another episode in the Social Eyes Green Team travelogue.
Rufford Abbey Country Park is the estate and grounds of a former 12 century Cistercian Monastery and country house. One of the main country parks that make up the broader Sherwood Forest area, the attraction is popular with visitors throughout the year.
It’s been outdoor visits this week taking advantage of the sunshine. Castleton, Treak Cliffe Cavern and Winthrop Gardens, have been amongst the venues, so more photos for the Social Eyes Green Team travelogue.
First up it’s Castleton and the Treak Cliffe Cavern.
Next it’s Winthrop Gardens a hidden gem in Rotherham, let me give you a few facts.
Winthrop Gardens is a one acre community gardens at the end of Second Lane, off Morthen Rd. In the ownership of Wickersley Parish Council since 2016, it includes the Gardens and Tea Rooms. Designed for peace and tranquillity, Winthrop is inclusive and accessible to all. We are able to provide information and friendly guidance about plants and their care.
The Winthrop ethos is very much about extending the warmest of welcomes to those who need that extra little bit of friendship and support.
Summer opening pattern: Tuesday, Wednesdays and Thursdays between 10.30am – 4.00pm
Do you live with Dementia in your day?
Organised, funded and supported by Winthrop volunteers our Memory Café is especially for people living with dementia and their carers living in Wickersley and the surrounding area.
Our Café is held on the first Friday of the month between 12 noon and 3pm
Vintage Afternoon Tea in a box
We know how many people enjoy coming down to Winthrop for the treat of one of our ‘Vintage Afternoon Teas’ for Birthdays or other celebrations and we’ve already been told how much they are missed!!
So, we are delighted to announce that we can now offer a ‘Vintage Afternoon Tea’ by personal delivery to people who live in and around Wickersley (3 miles radius). Simply call 07397 039 226 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to place your order.
We will need a minimum of 7 days’ notice and
Advance payment in full by BACS transfer to avoid handling cash.
‘Afternoon Tea for one in a box’ costs £10.00.
Here’s the photos to wet your appetite.