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Harold Wood care home celebrates their customers with coffee and cake event

PUBLISHED: 13:30 09 August 2018

Guests were able to enjoy free coffee and cake with some light entertainment at the Harold Hill Community Centre in Gooshays Drive. Picture: Alvin Osei-Tutu.

Guests were able to enjoy free coffee and cake with some light entertainment at the Harold Hill Community Centre in Gooshays Drive. Picture: Alvin Osei-Tutu.

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A Harold Wood care home said a big thank you to all their customers by organising a social event for families and the elderly in the borough.

Guests were able to enjoy free coffee and cake with some light entertainment at the Harold Hill Community Centre in Gooshays Drive. Picture: Alvin Osei-Tutu.Guests were able to enjoy free coffee and cake with some light entertainment at the Harold Hill Community Centre in Gooshays Drive. Picture: Alvin Osei-Tutu.

Guests were able to enjoy free coffee and cake with some light entertainment at the Harold Hill Community Centre in Gooshays Drive on Wednesday, August 1.

Alvin Osei-Tutu, managing director at Bluebird Havering, said: “As an organisation at the heart of the community, we have a heart to host and support events that benefit local people.

“Too often people, especially the elderly, feel isolated and lonely in their own homes, which is why it’s important to have events like this that people can attend.”

Bluebird Care specialises in working with people who live with dementia, physical and learning disabilities and aims to ensure each person receives the care they need by working alongside their families, social services and GPs.

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