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Summer Activities for the Elderly in Warwickshire

Summer Activities for the Elderly in Warwickshire

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When the sun is shining, there’s no better place to be than outside. However, for elderly loved ones with limited mobility or long-term health conditions, it can take some pre-planning to enjoy the summer safely.

To help you get organised we have found some activities around Warwickshire that we think the whole family might enjoy doing together.
The Falconers Quest – 2nd April – 31st October 2022
Warwick Castle are presenting an impressive display of aerial acrobatics by up to 60 birds of prey over the summer. Set alongside the riverside location within the castle grounds you can take in the view and witness the outstanding array of the world’s largest and fastest birds.

To find out more and book, visit:
Classic & Vintage Commercial Show - 11 & 12 June 2022
The British Motor Museum is inviting visitors to step back in time when it hosts the ‘Classic and Vintage Commercial Show’ on 11 & 12 June.

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Midlands Air Festival - 2nd to 4th June 2022
Ragley Hall are welcoming visitors to witness more entertainment than ever before, during the Platinum Jubilee Weekend. There’ll be impressive flying displays featuring helicopters, high energy aerobics, warbirds, aerial ballet, fast jets and much more.

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‘We Will Rock You’ – Theatre Show 23-28 May 2022.
The multi-million pound show is coming to Wolverhampton this May. Over 16 million theatre goers in 19 countries have been thrilled by this awe-inspiring production which features 24 of Queen’s biggest hits.

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Shakespeare Schoolroom and Guildroom experience – Every day during school summer holidays
An interactive experience that vividly brings to life the story of young William Shakespeare, Shakespeare’s Schoolroom & Guildhall. In the heart of Stratford-upon-Avon, it is a must for any family’s summer holiday bucket list.

To find out more and book tickets, visit:
From Concept to Screen – Costumes from ITV drama The Ipcress File- 14 May - 9 July 2022
The Rugby Art Gallery & Museum presents a new exhibit, From Concept to Screen – Costumes from ITV drama The Ipcress File. The Ipcress style showcases the original costumes worn by characters and explores the art of costume design from concept to screen including how Rugby based costume designer Keith Madden brought the characters to life through their iconic styling.

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The Leamington Food Festival – 10th & 11th September 2022
This year’s Leamington Food and Drink Festival will be held in September in the heart of the town and celebrates the best in local and regional food and drink. There will also be an exciting line up of entertainment from the bandstand alongside Live Cookery Theatre and a host of food and drink exhibitors.

For More information, visit:
Revisit the Past – The Black Country Museum
The Black Country Living Museum recreates life throughout the 20th century. This museum plays host to a huge range of stimulation and opportunities for reminiscing. There is plenty for all to see and do including watching live demonstrations, taking part in old fashioned street games, enjoying traditional food and visiting a vintage cinema.

To find out more, visit:

Coventry Cathedral – Epstein: Stories in Stone - 19 March 2022 until 31 May 2022
The Jacob Epstein exhibition co-produced with Coventry City of Culture Trust brings masterpieces from national collections together in the amazing setting of the Cathedral. The exhibition explores themes of reconciliation and our own humanity, and is supported by a programme of talks, workshops, yoga, tours and services.

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There are a range of other activities that are good for elderly members of the family such as gardening, family picnics, drawing or painting that can incorporate the weather.

Gardening is an activity that allows as much or as little activity but with the feeling of satisfaction. Visiting a local Garden Centre is a good way to stay socially active.
Picnics are also a fantastic way to catch up with family members or friends with the added pleasure of being outside.

Art can be a great activity for elderly people, as it adds to a sense of accomplishment and therefore boosts self-esteem. Painting something such as still life or a garden scene is a nice way to enjoy a little sunshine too.

Tips for staying safe
A temperature of 30 Degrees C can put elderly people at risk of dehydration. It is advised by Age UK to apply sunscreen if you are planning on being outside for more than 10 minutes and to take breaks in the shade each hour.

It is also advised to avoid being outside between 11am and 3pm, when the heat is the hottest.
Stay Hydrated
Apply Sunscreen
Take Breaks from the sun

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