Wash Day Reminiscence Basket

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REDUCED - LAST FEW REMAINING! A wonderful collection of washing memorabilia in a lovely big wicker basket, lots to talk about and themed CD to sing along to.

REDUCED PRICE - LAST FEW REMAINING! Our authentic Wash Day collection is a wonderful way of bringing back treasured memories from the past, for older people with dementia and for anyone who can remember Monday wash days.
Handling traditional washday objects brings the activity to life and encourages people to share their wash day memories. Our Washday collection is designed to encourage communication and stimulate all the senses with soaps to smell, a wash board to demonstrate, pegs to feel and a themed CD to sing along to.
Set includes:
Wicker laundry basket; traditional  washboard, wooden wash tongs,  12 dolly pegs,  peg bag, vintage style pinny,  3 colourful tea towels, 2 traditional soaps.  

Handbook -  20 page A4 large print handbook features: authentic adverts connected with laundry from the 1940s and 1950s, conversation starters and a wash day quiz.

CD features our own selection of 12 wash day songs with song words to sing along to including:
"Hang out your washing on the Siegreid Line" and "Singing in the Rain".



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