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Children from Roots to Wings Nursery in Wymondham strike up rapport with residents from Oak House Care Home in Greetham through the Soil Association's Food for Life project




Children from a nursery have struck up a lasting partnership with residents at a Greetham Care Home.

Since last September, the children from Roots to Wings Nursery in Wymondham have been visiting Oak House Residential Home every Thursday.

The partnership initially started through the Soil Association’s Food for Life project and as well as this, has blossomed into the children spending time with some of the residents.

Preston Walker, one of the directors at Oak House, said: “It’s a fantastic project to be involved with.

“One of our residents, Reg, who is in his 90s, is a keen vegetable gardener and is passing on his love of gardening to them.”

Our photo by Lee Hellwing, shows Reg Bass with some of the children from Roots to Wings Nursery.

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