FUN and laughter filled a care home as residents discovered hidden artistic talents.

Residents at Sharston House Care Home in Knutsford enjoyed painting shells and sea creatures, including turtles and clams.

Creative Mojo, a craft experience tailored towards people living in care homes inspired them to create their own sea mural.

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Knutsford Guardian: Residents enjoy painting shells and sea creaturesResidents enjoy painting shells and sea creatures (Image: Supplied)

Activities co-ordinator Christine Race said: “Residents love it when Creative Mojo visit the home.

“There is always lots of laughter as well as some serious painting as the residents are perfectionists and take great pride in their work.”

Knutsford Guardian: A creative lady proudly shows off her painted turtleA creative lady proudly shows off her painted turtle (Image: Supplied)

Home manager Bindhu Varughese added: “We have a wonderful programme of activities to stimulate residents and support their mental wellbeing.

Knutsford Guardian: Residents have fun being creativeResidents have fun being creative (Image: Supplied)

“When Creative Mojo visit we always have lots of residents who want to get involved and many who just like to sit and enjoy the fun.”