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Residents Enjoy Coffee and Catch ups at Lawson House

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14 July 2019

Residents Enjoy Coffee and Catch ups at Lawson House

Residents of Lawson House Extra Care Housing Scheme got together on Friday 22nd February for their first monthly coffee morning in the scheme’s restaurant.

Residents and friends of the Larkfield scheme got together in the restaurant to enjoy a cup of coffee, a slice of cake and catch up with one another. The scheme’s caterers, Catering Academy provided plenty of scones and brownies, whilst the residents provided the conversation.

Steve Stott, who leads the organising of activities at the scheme said: “The purpose of the coffee morning is to get everyone together and encourage socialising, that is really all there is to it. We had a great turnout for the first event and we are looking forward to it growing and more family and friends coming along to join us.”

Jil Stanley, Housing Officer at Lawson House added: “Extra care housing is all about community and companionship, so we are delighted to be able to offer our residents a regular opportunity to get together with their neighbours and have a natter. We have plenty of activities here at the scheme, so this is just another one to add to the list!”

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