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VINTAGE TEA PARTY AT GREENHILL

05 December 2017

Residents at Greenhill recently enjoyed a traditional tea party with vintage English Porcelain tea set collections. Ian Paranpan, a senior carer at Greenhill, is a passionate collector of vintage items and kindly lent some of his collections to the residents for the afternoon. Residents were thrilled with the vintage theme, particularly the beautiful teacups. A variety of pastries and, of course, unlimited tea, were on offer.

Everyone had a wonderful time, with residents and Ian sharing some great memories and knowledge about English porcelains. One resident commented: “I loved the setting – it was a really special, sophisticated affair!”

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