Thanks to Ronnie from Little Plumstead for his jolly entry to our April Facebook competition! We have been encouraging our tenants to send in pictures of their rainbow window displays – part of the nationwide celebration of the NHS and frontline workers during the Coronavirus pandemic.
What home means to me
Drawing by Bev from Ryeburn Close, Kessingland, beautifully done at one of our recent Community Conversations!
Winning poem – Ryeburn Close 25th anniversary event
My name is Millie and I am 8 years old.
I try my best, but don’t always do as my told!
We moved here from Essex nearly one year ago,
I didn’t want to come here so I said no, but now I realise I like it here.
Now Kessingland is where I live.
I live not far from the scheme.
Something went over the fence which was a ball we got back,
but I never did that!
I live with my family and my brother called Shay and he loves going out to play.
I live with Carmella my baby sister.
I love being in Kessingland lots and my parents, cats and dogs.
It is nice living in Suffolk.
But my Dad lives in Norfolk.
Me and my family love being very silly and don’t forget my name is Millie.
Knitting for charity
This is Patricia, who has lived at Bunnewell Avenue since 1999, with some of the items she knits for charity. These include dolls and animals, blankets for the cats and dogs at Battersea, and baby clothes. Keep up the good work, Patricia!
Pebble painting at Great Yarmouth
Look at some of the beautiful designs painted by tenants who took part in our beach clean in Great Yarmouth earlier this year!