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Swaffham nursing home’s summer fete success

PUBLISHED: 11:22 21 July 2018 | UPDATED: 12:31 21 July 2018

Swaffham nursing home Meadow House raised over £1300 for its residents fund. Picture: Supplied by Meadow House.

Swaffham nursing home Meadow House raised over £1300 for its residents fund. Picture: Supplied by Meadow House.

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A Swaffham nursing home has managed to raise over £1300 for its residents fund at its annual summer fete.

Residents and visitors enjoyed a range of activities at Swaffham nursing home Meadow House. Picture: Supplied by Meadow House.Residents and visitors enjoyed a range of activities at Swaffham nursing home Meadow House. Picture: Supplied by Meadow House.

Meadow House nursing home in Swaffham hosted the event on the weekend of July 14, which included live music from Chris Wilson, a tombola, a raffle and a host of other games.

Visitors and residents also enjoyed browsing various stalls which included a cake sale, a jumble sale and bric-a-brac.

A total of £1340 was raised, which will go towards fulfilling the residents’ one-to-one activities.

Joanna Jankowska, the manager of Meadow House said: “We had such an amazing event and would like to thank everyone who came along and took part.

Chris Wilson performed live music at Swaffham nursing home Meadow House's summer fete. Picture: Supplied by Meadow House.Chris Wilson performed live music at Swaffham nursing home Meadow House's summer fete. Picture: Supplied by Meadow House.

“I would also like to thank our lovely residents, their relatives and many local businesses who kindly donated some fabulous prizes for the raffle and competitions, as well as to our activities team for their hard work in making this event possible. Everyone had a great day in the sunshine.”


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