A few weeks ago the Claret residences for the elderly in Seville and Granada were able, after two years due to the COVID-19 pandemic, to celebrate some of their most significant festivities once again.
At the Claret Seville Residence they celebrated the Seville Fair with great enthusiasm. Prior to ‘the big days’, in the work therapy workshops they decorated their rooms to turn them into booths with shawls, tissue paper flowers, fans and even a cover. They also celebrated the “Pescaíto” lunch, which was enjoyed by workers and residents, where there was no shortage of Sevillanas dances; and a group of residents were able to enjoy a morning at the fair, accompanied by two technicians and an assistant, who did their part so that they could experience the fair from the Real.
At the Claret Granada Residence, the ‘Day of the Cross’ was celebrated, which was very special as they were able to relive, with caution, magical moments with performances, family members and workers. Beforehand, the staff of the centre prepared the cross with love and care, taking into account every last detail. It turned out so beautiful that it received a prize and a special mention at the Granada Town Hall. In addition, throughout the week in the residence they were able to enjoy different performances by groups and dance academies that passed through the centre.