Sidmouth pensioners have a hoot!

PUBLISHED: 07:31 26 May 2012

Evelyn Shirley

Evelyn Shirley

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RESIDENTS at Sidmouth’s Holmesley Nursing Home had a hoot when they were visited by Hawkridge Birds of Prey and four owls.

Activities manager Sue Hart said: “Every one of the residents and staff enjoyed having a beautiful bird on their arm.”

The owls have been hand reared to ensure a friendly nature towards people, which allows them to be comfortably and safely handled.

The visit coincided with the birthday of one resident, Christine Howe, which made it an extra- special occasion.


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