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GREENHILL CELEBRATE MOTHER’S DAY

26 March 2018

Staff at Greenhill recently hosted a Tea Party for residents to celebrate Mothers’ Day. Many relatives and loved ones also joined in the party and the home was full of flowers and cards. To celebrate in style, Ian Paranpan, a senior carer at Greenhill as well as an avid vintage collector, brought in his collections of English Porcelain Tea sets for everyone to use.

There were sandwiches, pastries and a variety of sweets on offer, and, of course, the tea was flowing. Residents and guests also enjoyed a performance by a singer who was booked and kindly paid for by one of our relatives. Residents had a great time and they talked about it for days after. Patricia, a resident from the ground floor, commented “This party was really fun, you must have worked so hard to put it on.”

Many thanks to everyone who came along and supported the event!

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