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SALVATION ARMY BRINGS CHRISTMAS SPIRIT TO WILLETT HOUSE

28 December 2017

Musicians from Bexley Salvation Army brought the Christmas Spirit to Willett House last week as they played some favourite Christmas carols for our residents. Mulled wine and mince pies were also served, making it a festive treat for everyone.

One of our relatives told us ‘’There was something quite special about the live music today - it touched the whole body and mind, and the residents seemed to enjoy it a great deal.’’

We would like to say a big thank you to Bexley Salvation Army and to our volunteer, Paul Du Plessis, for helping us make the day such a success!

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