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MEETING A FAVOURITE TV PRESENTER

01 February 2017

A small group of residents and staff from Love Walk had an unforgettable day out recently when they visited ITV’s Loose Women studio. Everybody was really excited, in particular, resident Julia who told us, “This is one of my favourite shows and watching it live is making my dream come true!”

 

The show was also special for another resident, Pauline, who had a wonderful surprise when she was able to meet her favourite presenter on the panel, Linda Robson. “I know Linda from playing Tracey Stubbs in the sitcom Birds of a Feather and I have been watching her for a very long time. I am so excited to see her live today!”, Pauline told us. After the show, she had a quick chat with Linda and even managed to get a photo with her.

 

“Pauline was so happy she got to meet Linda. We always try to provide our residents with special experiences and memories which they can cherish forever and this was certainly one of them”, commented Helen Pheby, Home Manager.

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