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Alma Barn Lodge’s Easter Coffee Morning Celebrates Family and Community Bonding

3 April 2024

Alma Barn Lodge, hosted a delightful Easter coffee morning that brought together families, residents, and little ones for a morning of joy and connection. The atmosphere was abuzz with excitement as attendees gathered around the specially arranged Easter corner, perfect for capturing memorable moments in a delightful photo shoot.

One such moment captured Kirsty, a proud mother, surrounded by three residents, sharing smiles and hugs with her twin boys, Nathan and Theo. Kirsty shared her appreciation for the warm welcome she always receives at Alma Barn Lodge, making each visit a special occasion for her and her boys.

Kirsty and her twins have become familiar faces at the lodge since their first visit in February. Despite initial reluctance, Tommy, a resident known for his affable nature, always finds himself drawn to the lounge to join in the conversations and laughter with visiting families.

For residents like Lorraine, watching the twins grow and develop has been a highlight. With Nathan and Theo reaching the five-month mark, their presence has brought a sense of joy and vitality to the lodge, with everyone eagerly awaiting their turn for a cuddle with the adorable duo.

Tommy and Lorraine, beloved members of the Alma Barn Lodge community, embody the spirit of camaraderie and warmth that defines the place. Their genuine affection for visiting families and their eagerness to be a part of the festivities showcase the bonds that have been formed within the lodge’s walls.