Hemel Hempstead care home residents take a trip down memory lane with 'dream jobs' fashion shoot
The residents enjoyed dressing up and talking about their careers and dream jobs
Residents at a care home in Hemel Hempstead took a trip down memory lane as they dressed up and took part in a 'dream jobs' fashion shoot.
The Lodge Care Home, on Broad Street, decided to organise a fashion shoot with a 'dream jobs' theme for their residents.
Residents spoke about their jobs and what their dream job would have been, which ranged from ballerinas to authors.
A spokesperson for The Lodge Care Home said: "Forget London Fashion Week it’s all about The Lodge fashion week.
"Throughout the week we have been reminiscing about our favourite jobs and our aspirations for our dream jobs and what a wide variety of jobs we had, ranging from chefs to ballroom dancers to referees to being a super spy.
"What a week we have had here at The Lodge lots of fun lots of laughter and lots of dressing up.
"Everyone who took part in the fashion show thoroughly enjoyed it. Frank said it was like being young again and dancing at Ally Pally."
Joan, one of the residents, said "I thoroughly enjoyed doing it, dressing up was the best part!"
The spokesperson added: "Staff thought it was such a fantastic idea and really brought out the best in the residents."