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Woodbridge Rainbows offer ray of sunshine at retirement homes

PUBLISHED: 12:53 19 August 2019

Members of the 2nd Rainbow Group from St Mary's Church in Woodbridge. Picture: 2ND AND 3RD WOODBRIDGE RAINBOWS

Members of the 2nd Rainbow Group from St Mary's Church in Woodbridge. Picture: 2ND AND 3RD WOODBRIDGE RAINBOWS

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Children planted wildflower seeds at a care home in Melton in a bid to put a smile on the faces of older people.

The 'cups of kindness' that the Rainbows donated were a little ray of sunshine for residents. Picture: 2ND AND 3RD WOODBRIDGE RAINBOWSThe 'cups of kindness' that the Rainbows donated were a little ray of sunshine for residents. Picture: 2ND AND 3RD WOODBRIDGE RAINBOWS

Now in full bloom, the 2nd Woodbridge Rainbows at St Mary's Church returned to reap the benefits of what they had sowed at Winifred Fison House in June and see the results of their gardening gesture.

Sponsored by many businesses in the area including Jewson's of Woodbridge and Robertson's Boatyard, the Rainbows also offered a "cup of kindness" to the residents - a flower and a poem in a decorated pot, where tales past and present were told over tea and cake to brighten up everyone's day.

Rainbows are the youngest faction of the Girl Guides and meet at the church every Monday after school between 5.30pm and 6.30pm during term times.

The girls had stopped by in June with seeds to plant. Picture: 2ND AND 3RD WOODBRIDGE RAINBOWSThe girls had stopped by in June with seeds to plant. Picture: 2ND AND 3RD WOODBRIDGE RAINBOWS

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