Easter bonnet events at two residential homes in Soham

Easter bonnet event at Millbrook House in Soham PHOTOS: Mike Rouse

Easter bonnet event at Millbrook House in Soham PHOTOS: Mike Rouse - Credit: Archant

Two Easter bonnet events were enjoyed in Soham with prizes and fun for all those taking part.

Soham Lodge Easter bonnet parade

Soham Lodge Easter bonnet parade - Credit: Archant

Easter bonnet parades were held at two residential care homes, Millbrook House and Soham Lodge.

At the Millbrook House event the hats were judged by shop keeper Jacky Hibbert of JakHibs DIY.

Organisers say it was very well attended with around 50 people, which included a four generation family, the Martins, who took park from great grandmother down to a baby.

Three winners were first prize to Lee Lorkin with a tribute to the late Ken Dodd.

Easter bonnet event at Millbrook House in Soham PHOTOS: Mike Rouse

Easter bonnet event at Millbrook House in Soham PHOTOS: Mike Rouse - Credit: Archant


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Second prize went to Bev Lorkin and third prize went to Cis Ellis.

At Soham Lodge an Easter coffee morning wsa organised by volunteers of Soham Lodge care home.

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They raised more than £600 which will be used for trips out for their residents.

Mayor Councillor Richard Hobbs joined the event and was given a tour afterwards. He said: “I was shown round the care home and was very impressed by the level of care and happy feel this home offered.”

Easter bonnet event at Millbrook House in Soham PHOTOS: Mike Rouse

Easter bonnet event at Millbrook House in Soham PHOTOS: Mike Rouse - Credit: Archant

Easter bonnet event at Millbrook House in Soham PHOTOS: Mike Rouse

Easter bonnet event at Millbrook House in Soham PHOTOS: Mike Rouse - Credit: Archant

Easter bonnet event at Millbrook House in Soham PHOTOS: Mike Rouse

Easter bonnet event at Millbrook House in Soham PHOTOS: Mike Rouse - Credit: Archant

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