Residents helping to litter pick

Penrose Court Adopt Road in the Local Community to Litter Pick

Residents of Penrose Court demonstrated just how much they care about their local community by getting involved in a neighbourhood little pick.

On the 24th of March, residents started their litter pick at 11:30 am which lasted for about an hour and looked the part by wearing high vis jackets. They picked up litter on Delius Road and part of Walker Mead which runs around the home to the gas/electric box.

resident in wheelchair

Residents of all abilities took part in the litter pick. Residents were able to get some fresh air on a sunny spring day and feel part of a team – collectively they did a fantastic job.

resident on mobility scooter

We believe it’s very important for residents to get involved with the local community as much as possible, by volunteering in activities that allows them to give back and feel a sense of responsibility and achievement. It also provides residents with the opportunity to get familiar with the local area and have the confidence to venture out into Biggleswade.

No matter how large or small the activity may be, we ensure that all activities are to be enjoyed and provide a social aspect that enables residents to come together to build upon their relationships with both staff and fellow residents.

If you would like to learn more about the activities on offer at Penrose Court, feel free to contact our friendly team who will be happy to answer any questions you may have.

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