Baby doll donation for Dove Court ResidentsResidents at Dove Court residential, nursing, residential dementia and nursing dementia care home, in Burnley, are welcoming a new member to the team and everyone is over the moon at the kind donation.

Maintenance Colleague Martin Ingham and his wife Caroline, who works for Rossendale Responsible Animal Rescue, received a donation of a Baby Reborn; a life-like baby doll. But the group were struggling to raise interest for it on their regular auction page so instead it was suggested to raise funds to cover the cost of the doll and donate this to Dove Court where they hoped the Residents will love the baby boy!

Residents loved seeing the life-like baby, with one commenting, “He looks just like a baby boy!”

Deborah Whittle Unit Manager of Kingfisher House, commented, “How wonderful and what a lovely donation! Thankyou Martin and Caroline Ingham for your donation!”

See pictured Martin and Deborah. 
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