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Rogers House Residents Ring in New Year

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3 January 2020

Rogers House Residents Ring in New Year

Counting down to 2020, residents of Rogers House Residential Care Home in Wigmore got together for a party to welcome the New Year in style.

Enjoying a few glasses of fizz and a whole lot of fun, residents of the Drewery Drive residential care home rang in the New Year together with a party and live singer.

Celebrating together, the residents enjoyed a performance from a live singer, who performed plenty of nostalgic numbers to get them in the party mood and on to the dance floor. And indeed, there was plenty of singing and dancing, as everyone had great fun, reminiscing about the songs from their youth and all the old favourites.

Jackie Miles, Home Manager of Rogers House commented: “We had a lovely time at our New Year’s Eve Party, even if we didn’t quite make it to midnight! Everyone was up dancing and having fun, it was a great celebratory atmosphere.”

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