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Care home calls for Christmas cards

Freelands Croft Bupa Care Home in Church Crookham, Fleet, is asking the local community to send in Christmas cards to residents.

Linda Marks, Regional Director at Bupa, said: “At Bupa we are committed to making every day as happy as possible, but we are also aware that some days are harder for those residents who don’t have relatives to share celebrations with. That’s why this Christmas, we aim to receive enough cards so that each resident feels extra loved and special.

“Sending and receiving cards is a tradition that many of our residents love. We know that receiving a card full of festive well wishes would really mean the world to our residents this year. It’s a small gesture of kindness which would have such a positive impact, providing residents with a great sense of warmth, support, and togetherness.”

Anyone wishing to send Christmas cards to residents at the care home can post them to: Freelands Croft Bupa Care Home, Redfields Lane, Church Crookham, Fleet GU52 0RB.


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