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Jelly beans jigsaw keeps Norfolk care home resident, 79, occupied

PUBLISHED: 15:43 27 June 2018 | UPDATED: 15:54 27 June 2018

Beryl Sadler with her jelly jigsaw. Picture: Paula Pawsey

Beryl Sadler with her jelly jigsaw. Picture: Paula Pawsey

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A 79-year-old care home resident has just completed her latest jigsaw that pictures hundreds of jelly beans.

Beryl Sadler and her jelly jigsaw. Picture: Paula PawseyBeryl Sadler and her jelly jigsaw. Picture: Paula Pawsey

Beryl Sadler has enjoyed puzzles for several years. She moved to The Manor House in North Walsham Wood in the spring of 2013 and, in that time, has completed many various puzzles – and as she says: “The more complicated the puzzle, the better.”

Paula Pawsey, residential home manager, said: “Beryl is a lovely character and there’s nothing she likes more than sitting down at the start of the day with a new jigsaw to complete.

“The most recent is a puzzle that pictures hundreds of jelly beans. Prior this this, she completed one called the Impossipuzzle, which as the name suggests wasn’t straightforward at all, however she completed it in a day, with only a break for lunch.”

If anyone has a jigsaw puzzle they would like to challenge Beryl with, drop it in to the home.


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