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SHOPPING TRIP FOR GREENHILL

Jane Wilkinson

18 September 2017

A group of residents from Greenhill recently spent a day at The Glades shopping centre in Bromley. The group took advantage of the glorious weather by spending time outside on the High Street. They then did a spot of shopping and stocked up some new clothes for the upcoming colder months, before finishing the day with a welcome cup of tea in the Queen’s Garden.

 “We were joined by some of our residents’ relatives and everybody had a great time”, commented Sheila Acorin, Activities Carer. “Before we came home we popped into the pub for delicious fish and chips, a drink and a lovely chat!”

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