On Saturday Morning there was hustle and bustle in the all the Units.
Everybody wanted to be dressed nicely for the big event.
Our Ladies wore the latest fashion hats and the Gentlemen did not want to be without a nice tie.
In our picture you can see one lovely example; Terrie was ready for the wedding celebrations and loved the idea to be ‘part’ of it.
Every year the 12th May is a very special Day in Birchy Hill’s events calendar.
It is not only Florence Nightingale’s Birthday, but it is also International Nurses’ Day. A day internationally celebrated, to mark the contributions nurses make to society.
This year the International Council of Nurses (ICN) has chosen the theme “Nurses – A Voice to Lead – Health is a Human right” for International Nurses Day!
Our Nurses and Care Staff decided to wear nurses’ uniforms from different countries and ages.
As a token of appreciation Birchy Hill’s Nurses were spoiled with a little Tea Party and a lovely homemade cake
Our Manager Mark and Clinical Lead Rodalyn were presenting the cake, before everybody tucked in.
Before the Nurses could tuck into the lovely cake on International Nurses’ Day, they had to answer 13 Quiz Questions to show their knowledge, of course, this was not a problem at all.
Well done – we are proud of you!
Gerald was so fascinated by this nice Lady.
He would have liked to be the Bride’s Father, as he said, to walk her down the aisle.
Gerald was very protective and watched her all the time. Not even Euan was allowed to come any closer.