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Wardside Gazette 2020 July

July 2020

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There is a light at the end of the tunnel.

After months of following the governments strict guidelines in the fight against Covid, we finally have some good news. As Scotland’s lockdown restrictions have begun to ease members of friends and family are finally allowed to return to Wardside house. These visits will take place outside on the patio, with social distancing measures in place, at a prearranged time for thirty minutes. If you would like to arrange a visit please speak to a member of staff and they will be able to put it in the diary.

Birthdays: Congratulations and many happy returns of the day are wished to Isobel Ritchie, June Corsie, Shelia Clunie and Irene Etchells! We all hope you had a lovely day in spite of the lockdown regulations!

From LEFT TO RIGHT: Isobel and Patt on their special day, Irene and Shelia enjoying a patio visit from their daughters

Although we are still not able to hold any activities during the pandemic, we are still able to offer certain activities that comply with social distancing. If you would like to go for a walk in the sunshine, play a board game or have your hair done please let any member of staff know. If there is anything else you can think of that you would like to do to fill your time please let us know and we can try and make it happen. Why not sit on the patio whilst the weather continues to shine.


Staff News: To kick off staff news you will all be delighted to know that all staff members are now undergoing weekly coronavirus tests and have all been found to be negative. These tests will continue for the for seeable future

Gail’s son Jacob had his second birthday in June (left) whilst Diane’s wee boy Mathew had his third birthday (right)

Our very own Chrissie Wilson (far right) passed a milestone in June and has finally turned a long awaited 18 years of age! Congrats on joining Adulthood… We welcome you to the club.


  Optical Illusion

When you look at the picture, what do you perceive in it at first – a young girl or an old woman with a scarf ?

If the first to spot is a young girl, look back and try and you will recognize an old woman with a headscarf. A small sign, the girl’s chin is, in fact, the old woman’s nose. Then, try to see both simultaneously. It does not work.

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