Millcroft Care Home in Redditch celebrated International Women's Day by distributing hundreds of spring daffodils to its female residents and staff.

The daffodils, handsomely tied in bunches, came with uplifting messages to appreciate the inspirational women within the Millcroft community.

Brenda Prewitt, 89, a resident at Millcroft since February 2024, expressed her delight at the gesture.

After a fall and subsequent determination to regain mobility, Brenda continues to be an inspirational figure within the Millcroft community.

She is involved in several social groups, including one that supports those living with Parkinsons.

She said: "The daffodils are such a thoughtful gift to receive, and it’s so wonderful to see women being recognised and celebrated in this way."

Home manager Lyndsay Sard noted the strength and influence of the women at Millcroft.

She said: "There are so many strong, inspirational women at Millcroft – it’s truly incredible to be in such influential company.

"Nothing could ever really show how much we appreciate the amazing female role models here at Millcroft, but we hope these small tokens have put smiles on our ladies’ faces."

Millcroft, a luxury residential and dementia care home in Alfrick Close, Redditch, operated by award-winning Ideal Carehomes, has a strong commitment to upholding resident dignity and promoting independence.

Well reviewed with an esteemed rating of 10 out of 10 on the care home review site,, the home offers 66 en-suite bedrooms amidst attractive décor.

The team at Millcroft is now gearing up for their annual Easter Egg Hunt on the grounds, scheduled for Thursday, March 28, at 11am.

The event is open to community members and their children.

To find out further details about the Easter Egg Hunt, community members are encouraged to reach out to the Millcroft team at 01527 433 384, or email