RHYL care home residents shook things up during a Mad Hatter Tea Party and mocktail making class.

Staff, residents and relatives at Bradshaw Manor Care Home enjoyed learning about the non-alcoholic drinks, consisting of fruit juices and other soft drinks, as part of a Hydration and Nutrition week.

The annual event aims to highlight, promote and celebrate improvements in the provision of nutrition and hydration locally, nationally and globally.

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Emma Crompton care assistant, Shelley MacDonald, activities coordinator and Kaleigh Edwards, Care Assistant

Shelley Macdonald, activities organiser at Bradshaw Manor Care Home, said: "Taking part in this week has been a huge amount of fun.

"We wanted to make the week as fun and exciting as possible.

"Staff and relatives joined in by dressing up and they enjoyed an afternoon of delicious food and refreshments as well as having fun with the mocktail shakers and ingredients.”

The care home provides residential, nursing and dementia care for 65 residents from respite care to long term stays.

As part of the event, staff dressed up to Mad Hatter theme, served tea and helped make a variety of mocktails.