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A Busy Few Days at CCL!

CCL have had a busy weekend and few days (including tasting crocodile and kangaroo!!) and we have received various updates from different schemes, so we thought we would collate them as one article!


Mayfield House

Mayfield had a busy weekend making their own roast lamb dinner on Sunday and preparing for St David’s Day. As you may have seen on our social media, on St David’s day they put their chef’s hats on again and made traditional welsh cakes and cheesy leak and mustard soup.



Church View

Church View hosted their very own lockdown pub night with a ‘Church View Pub’ menu, including pub classics – burgers, scampi, baked potatoes and macaroni cheese! They all had a fantastic time and were also offered a choice of J20, rose wine and alcohol- free Kopparberg. We don’t know about you, but it sounds like great fun – we would love to have joined in!




Well, the Wheatlands loved the weekend sun! So much so, on Friday they had their first BBQ of the year! On Saturday, they enjoyed an Australia inspired day, which included arts and crafts, sand messy play and they watched Crocodile Dundee! They also, which we cannot believe and think they are much braver than most, tasted crocodile, kangaroo and other exotic meats! Wow, what a great experience!


The Crescent

The Crescent were also busy in the kitchen making Leek & Potato soup for St David’s Day!

Hall Bank Mews

Likewise, Hall Bank Mews enjoyed making their own Sunday Roast, especially Rachel! On Saturday, they all enjoyed a Haka taster session, which involved information on the history of the Haka and Māori culture, learning the corresponding Makaton signs for the culture’s language, a YouTube session on the Haka, colouring in pictures of Māori people’s cultured tattoos and listening to an indigenous band (traditional Māori music).


2021-06-16T08:55:01+01:00March 2nd, 2021|