Royston Rotary Club members bring Christmas cheer to town care homes

PUBLISHED: 12:10 10 December 2016

Royston Rotarians putting up a Christmas tree with residents at St Georges Nursing Home.

Royston Rotarians putting up a Christmas tree with residents at St Georges Nursing Home.

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Rotarians visited two Royston care homes in the last week to help put up Christmas trees carrying on a tradition they started on the former wards of Royston Hospital.

Royston Rotarians putting up a Christmas tree with residents at Richard Cox House.Royston Rotarians putting up a Christmas tree with residents at Richard Cox House.

On Saturday last week they went to St George’s Care Home in Kneesworth Street where three trees were decorated.

Residents and Rotarians were treated to festive cheer of warm mulled wine with mince pies.

On Monday it was the turn of Richard Cox House in Dog Kennel Lane. where all were treated to sherry and mince pies and Christmas music playing in the background.


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