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It’s a Connors House Christmas for Canterbury Residents

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29 December 2019

It’s a Connors House Christmas for Canterbury Residents

Christmas week at Connors House Residential Care Home was full of festive fun and seasonal activities.

As the countdown to Christmas continues, residents of the Craddock Road residential care home have been enjoying a busy week with plenty of festive fun.

Residents were invited to enjoy an in-house Christmas service, from the local All Saints Church, as well as some live seasonal music. On Christmas Day, Santa made a trip around the home to greet all of the residents, wish them a Merry Christmas and give them a gift.

Christine Devlin, Home Manager of Connors House said: “Christmas is always an exciting time here at Connors House, there’s plenty going on and something for everyone.

“Christmas Day is always a joy too, as staff are so dedicated to making it special for the residents and just like any normal family Christmas.”

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