Station House was transformed into a lair for skeletons, monsters, and witches this Halloween, as Paul put on his annual Macmillan coffee morning.
Paul, who is supported at the Rotherham service, organises the ghoulish fundraiser each year with help from the care team.
This year’s incredible event was his most challenging yet, as children, loved ones, staff and people supported at the service congregated with restrictions in place.
But despite the rules, Registered Manager Lisa Warren said the event was a massive success and raised an incredible £389.80.
Lisa said: “It’s terrific to see Paul step up every year to put on his fundraiser with our support.
“It’s a genuine co-production as he plans it, sends the invites out, asks for raffle prizes and makes cakes.
“The result this year was fantastic as we decorated all four Station House buildings and every single staff member dressed up.
“It was so much fun.”
The coffee morning cakes were made by the people supported at Station House, who contributed all food items to the table.
Paul created an amazing chocolate cake with carefully made mini pumpkins that took two weeks to complete.
Guests were able to get involved in face painting, Halloween games, a tombola and a bouncy castle.
Lisa said: “It was an unforgettable day of fun and laughter.
“It was terrific to be able to welcome our guests, show them such a good time, and also raise money for Macmillan.
“I’m incredibly proud of Paul and the rest of the team who worked so hard to make this a roaring success.
“They’ve outdone themselves this year.”