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Mission Care resident trips

This year our residents have embarked on exciting outings, from cricket matches to art exhibitions, bringing joy and a breath of fresh air after years of indoor confinement.

Cricket At The Oval

Recently a group of residents from Love Walk visited The Oval cricket ground to watch the final day of the Test Match between England and South Africa.

England only needed 33 runs to win, with 10 wickets in hand so it was a fairly easy win.

It was great to see the presentations after the match and to hear former England captains Andrew Straus and Nasser Hussain speak.

A beautiful warm & sunny late-summers day was enjoyed by all as we also remembered The Queen.

Bob Marley Exhibition

Our residents love gallery outings!

We took our first gallery trip in two years due to covid. Our carers arranged a Monday morning time slot when the gallery was least busy, and enjoyed a fantastic exhibition about Bob Marley, curated by the musician’s daughter.

Parts of the exhibition were set up as a music venue – the Jamaican countryside and a football pitch – reflecting some of the things very much associated with Bob. We saw trainers he had used in the 1970s and never before seen photos, along with newer artworks celebrating his music.

The weather was gorgeous, so after our visit we sat outside the gallery and enjoyed our lunch in the welcome sunshine.

It was great to get residents out again and to do something they really wanted to do.

Salt Quay

Today we went for a drive with our residents followed by a wander by the river.

We stopped at Salt Quay for coffee and hot chocolate whilst enjoying the river views.

It was so good to get out & about after having spent so much time indoors the last couple of years – one of our residents commented on how much more relaxed they felt having been out. We are trying to take out small groups, safely, as much as we can for their wellbeing.

Greenwhich Park Observatory

This new year we have decided get out and about as much as possible with our Love Walk residents – to visit other areas of London and get lots of fresh air. 

We wrapped up warmly and drove to the lookout point at the Observatory in Greenwich Park. The views are spectacular looking out over London and it’s possible to see so many different landmarks – from the City to Canary Wharf, St Pauls to the Cutty Sark, the Millennium Dome to as far as the old Greenwich power station – it was good to get out and see the city again.


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