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Residents Celebrate Christmas Together at Margaret Fisher House

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4 January 2021

Residents Celebrate Christmas Together at Margaret Fisher House

After a difficult year for us all, residents at Margaret Fisher House enjoyed a special Christmas together at the Paddock Wood supported home.

Christmas looked different for us all this year but for residents in Rapport Housing & Care’s homes, it was still special with plenty of quality time enjoyed together.

Staff at the home ensured the celebratory day went smoothly for the residents, with Sharon Daws on hand to prepare a festive feast in the kitchen. With the table set beautifully with the finest tablecloths and tableware, the residents tucked into a traditional Christmas lunch of turkey with all the trimmings, followed by Christmas Pudding, of course.

After their delicious lunch, the residents retired to the lounge to relax and enjoy a tipple or two whilst catching up on the Christmas TV, as we all do after a big lunch!

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