GALLERY: Birds of prey and banjo player Sean Moyses among attractions at Heron Court open day

12:41 26 June 2014

Heron Court open day, March. Phyllis and Ken Clarke with the Owl. Picture: Steve Williams.

Heron Court open day, March. Phyllis and Ken Clarke with the Owl. Picture: Steve Williams.

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Care home residents got close to some owls as part of an annual open day.

Heron Court open day, March. Picture: Steve Williams.Heron Court open day, March. Picture: Steve Williams.

Heron Court, part of Heron House, in March, also welcomed celebrated banjo player Sean Moyses, from Wisbech, who performed a memorable concert.

CJ’s Birds of Prey brought along some owls, including a three week old baby barn owl, which the residents were allowed to hold.

Care worker Rachel Clarke said: “It was a very popular event and the residents thoroughly enjoyed it.”

Heron Court is a purpose built care home which provides nursing and social care for the frail and mentally infirm elderly.

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