Share the Dignity is a community project asking people to make life better for a woman experiencing homelessness or poverty.
The bags made during this project will provide essential sanitary items for to women in need.
Well done to all who generously donated.
The very first water aerobics session at the Parkinson Aquatic Centre was a hit.
The ladies were thrilled to get back in the water and swim after many years. One client even commented on how it made her feel alive again.
Due to its success, the aquatic activity has now been added twice a week on the lifestyle calendar.
Don has been collecting model cars for about 60 years, and his collection has grown to around 500.
Due to an illness as when he was a child, Don was unable to play contact sports and would often be in and out of hospital and specialist appointments. His After each one, his mum would always stop by the shops and buy him a model car after each of these appointments.
While the majority of his collection is in storage, he Don displays some of his cars in special cabinets he has built in his suite at Arcare Parkinson.