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THANK YOU CARDS FROM LOVE WALK

11 January 2018

To express their gratitude to all those who kindly donated gifts over Christmas time, residents and staff at Love Walk decided to get hands-on and make some thoughtful thank you cards. Led by Paul Clay, Activities Co-ordinator, and volunteer Jo, everyone designed a card and added a personal message.

Residents were completely overwhelmed by the generosity of so many well-wishers. “Each resident received a large hamper from a local group led by Lorraine Anyiri, not to mention presents from League of Friends and Sacred Heart School”, commented Helen Pheby, Home Manager.  “We also had many invitations to Christmas lunch, it was lovely to see all our residents feeling festive.”

Thank you again to everyone for making our Christmas so memorable!

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