Woburn Home creativity WOWs

Woburn Home’s recreation team pulled out all the stops for its light and colour themed wearable arts show.

Residents and staff were treated to an impressive parade of specially designed and created garments which celebrated dance, favourite activities and natural elements including flowers and birds.

Modelled by residents in spectacular fashion the garments made by residents and recreation staff were made of a variety of upcycled materials such as bottle caps, cardboard rolls, feathers and ribbons.

Special Recognition goes to recreation officer Aynur Daymond (for creative ideas and coordination); (resident Hazel’s daughter) Lorena Crombie (for making and donating most of the costumes) and Z Station on Hutt Road for donating the milk bottle tops used in making one of the costumes.

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