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Paddock Wood Residents Enjoy Evening of Carols

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22 December 2019

Paddock Wood Residents Enjoy Evening of Carols

Residents of Margaret Fisher House Supported Home got into the spirit of Christmas with a carol singing evening.

Christmas spirit was in the air this week, as residents of the Paddock Wood home invited their friends and family in for a festive and fun evening of carol singing.

As well as the seasonal singing, residents and their guests enjoyed a buffet with plenty of festive offerings, including mince pies, and some lovely warm mulled wine. They also enjoyed getting involved with the tombola, which raised £160 for the home.

Carmel Belshaw, Housekeeper at Margaret Fisher House said: “We had a lovely evening at our carol singing event and we are delighted the tombola raised such an excellent amount, which will be great for supporting our residents’ activities and outings. We’d like to thank everyone who helped at the event, or came along to support us.”

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