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Olympic spirit still burning bright at Bromley care home

Resident Gareth Davies, deputy manager Wendy Garland, support worker Donna Ferro, resident Alan Griffiths (green hat), resident Sue Pheby (with welsh bonnet), manager Jackie Ames (holding two flags), resident Dwaine Golding (in wheelchair) and support worker Roberto Coello Leon. Support worker Darma Sydamah is at the back holding Welsh flag.

Resident Gareth Davies, deputy manager Wendy Garland, support worker Donna Ferro, resident Alan Griffiths (green hat), resident Sue Pheby (with welsh bonnet), manager Jackie Ames (holding two flags), resident Dwaine Golding (in wheelchair) and support worker Roberto Coello Leon. Support worker Darma Sydamah is at the back holding Welsh flag.

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Olympic fever showed no sign of slowing as residents of Sanctuary care home took part in their own mini games.

The home in Park Road, Bromley, which cares for adults with disabilities, was one of seven Sanctuary homes to travel to Borden in Hampshire to take part on Thursday of last week.

The team and residents from each home were tasked to dress to impress with a patriotic Team GB theme.

Sanctuary celebrated the diversity of their home, the country and London 2012 with a multi-cultural scheme.

Home manager Jackie Ames said: “The atmosphere was amazing. They couldn’t stop taking about it all the way home to Bromley.”

The event was organised by the Sanctuary, which manages supported living homes across the country.


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