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Residents at care home take part in the Vogue Challenge

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RESIDENTS at Brunelcare’s Robinson House Care Home, have made their debut on the front cover of Vogue magazine and they’re looking more fabulous than ever.

The care home decided to ‘strike a pose’ and get involved with the social media craze, where people superimpose themselves onto the cover of Vogue magazine to replicate other famous celebrity shoots, they even have Beyonce in the mix!

The carers at the Care Home couldn’t resist getting involved in the challenge and their images have been shared across social media!

Maria Jones, Activity Coordinator at Robinson House Care Home said:

“Getting involved in the Vogue Challenge was lots of fun, I enjoyed being a part of it and taking all the pictures of the residents, it was great to see them smiling – they enjoyed the challenge and I think some of them felt like real celebrities!”

Lisa Brain, Robinson House Deputy Centre Manager said:

“When I found out about our residents getting involved in the Vogue Challenge I thought it was an excellent idea. They all had such fun and didn’t stop laughing throughout the photoshoot, our carers have been extraordinary! The pictures have turned out lovely and we’re keen to display some of these across our care home so the families and friends of residents can see what fun we get up to at Robinson House.”

If you’re looking for a care home places for yourself or a loved one, please visit: https://www.brunelcare.org.uk/our-care/care-home/

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