Royston care home seeks Christmas tree for residents

PUBLISHED: 14:54 07 December 2013

Gladys Geeves (resident), Marion Truszkowska (Care Team Manager), Tracey Bailey (Careworker), Brenda Pearse (resident) and Erica Greaves (Deputy Home Manager)

Gladys Geeves (resident), Marion Truszkowska (Care Team Manager), Tracey Bailey (Careworker), Brenda Pearse (resident) and Erica Greaves (Deputy Home Manager)

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A care home is looking for a kind business that can donate them a Christmas tree.

Richard Cox House in Royston is looking for a tree to put up in the garden of their premises, in Dog Kennel Lane, Royston.

Liz Cook, from Richard Cox House, said: “Our staff have raised funds throughout the year to buy new Christmas decorations. We do not have enough funds to buy a live Christmas tree to put in the garden for the residents to enjoy from the lounge.”

Anyone who can help should call Richard Cox house on 01763 249111.

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