PURPLE stocks and a charity car wash helped a Rotherham care home, Broadacres Care Home, raise funds for the Stroke Association.
Broadacres Care Home, on Naylor Street, collected £109 from dozens of customers wanting to get their car cleaned.
While waiting, they were invited to throw a wet sponge at senior carer Scott Needham, who was locked into the Stroke Association stocks.
The event raised £109 for the charity, which will go towards supporting stroke survivors and funding research.
Luke Owens, home manager at Broadacres Care Home, said:
“We held the event on one of the hottest days of the year so far and it was a huge success. Even the residents got involved throwing wet sponges at Luke in the stocks. We’d like to thank everyone who came along for the car wash and donated to a very worthy cause.”
Broadacres Care Home senior carer Scott Needham gets soaked in the stocks for the Stroke Association.
Broadacres Care Home resident Iris Needham throws a wet sponge at the stocks as carer Denis Hitchins watches on.
Diane Rice, activities coordinator, and Lee Crawshaw, customer relations officer, take part in a charity car wash at Broadacres Care Home for the Stroke Association.
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