Making the most of the Halloween season, Kimberley Graver, PCP's Activity Development Worker at Primrose Lodge organised a spooky themed party on Friday 29th October.
Residents from Primrose Lodge based in Chester-le-Street, enjoyed setting up the room with decorations including a big Halloween scene, as well as lending a helping hand in setting up a tempting buffet for everyone to tuck into. There was lots of spooky themed treats to choose from!
Primrose Lodge provides rehabilitation and recovery services to people aged 18 to 65 years with mental health problems in a community setting, in order to help them go back into their local community after spending time in a hospital setting.
It wouldn't be Halloween without a prize for best dressed and pumpkin, and everyone certainly made a fantastic effort to join in and get creative with their costumes and pumpkin carving ideas.
During the party there were lots of games, a Halloween themed quiz, dancing and even a visit from a horse called Taz, which went down a treat!
PCP are proud to work with Tees, Esk and Wear Valleys NHS Foundation Trust to promote health and wellbeing benefits to communities. Find out more about Primrose Lodge here.