Residents and staff of Signature Miramar, plus relatives and other visitors, enjoyed the gorgeous weather on Saturday 11 August at the care home’s summer fete.
The fair was opened by Miramar resident Charles Crew, along with general manager Marlene Snodgrass and Herne Bay’s new town crier, Michael Britton.
There were plenty of stalls on offer, selling everything from homemade cakes, jewellery, and strawberries and Pimm’s to bric-a-brac, books, model boats and trains. Visitors could also try their luck at a number of fairground games, including a children’s tombola, Name the Doll, Wellie Tossing, Guess How Many Balloons in the Tent and a raffle.
Miramar’s chef manned the barbecue, keeping everyone supplied with burgers and sausages, and there was also a tea and coffee area and a bar.
Everyone was kept entertained by Steve Ericson and his medley of songs, as well as Miramar favourites, Steam Boat Jazz.
A donation will be made to Signature Miramar’s chosen charity, Faces of Kent.