Kings Park thank generosity of the communityResidents at Kings Park residential and nursing memory care home, in Hurst Cross, have been over the moon by the recent Christmas donations from the local community. 

The Heys Primary School project was based on Kindness Week and was titled ‘Colour your World in Kindness’ and as part of this, the home received a gift of artwork from the local primary school. 

Residents have enjoyed the colourful display of artwork in the home’s hallway. Hilary, who lives at the home, commented, “How kind of them to think of us. We should write to thank them.”

Following, the local Albion Church have donated gifts for each Resident and a Christmas card appeal has resulted in hundreds of cards being delivered from the local community. Residents are over the moon at the thoughtful messages in the cards.  

The kindness just keeps spreading as Summer, the daughter of one of the home’s Wellbeing Coordinators’, has spent recent days fundraising for the Residents Comfort Fund by making and selling wish bracelets. So far, she has raised a fantastic £35!

Home Manager Lisa said, “Lovely to keep in the community spirit and Residents enjoyed the artwork.”
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