Residents and team members at HC-One’s Foxton Court care home in Morpeth have maintained strong relationships with their local community during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Lots of thoughtful gifts have been provided to the Residents at Foxton Court by the Anna Chaplains from Mitford Church, including, a lovely bouquet of flowers and a delicious simnel cake.
Throughout the pandemic, Morpeth Co-Op supermarket Manager, Kayleigh Davidson, generously donated a tray of mince pies, hampers and £100 for the Resident’s Comfort Fund.
Rhona Dunn from Morpeth Methodist Church has provided regular prayer sheets for Residents and kindly donated homemade knitted crosses for every Resident at Foxton Court along with an Easter card.
Foxton Court Home Manager, Joanne Bulford said: “We are in awe of the kindness and thoughtful gestures that we have received at Foxton Court over the last year, it’s in times like these you really see the good in people and we are forever grateful to everyone who has supported our care home.”
Located in Loansdean, Foxton Court care home offers short and long term care packages for older ladies and gentlemen that require residential care and residential memory care, for those living with dementia.