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COMMUNITY CHRISTMAS: Northwood care home open its doors this Christmas 

 Published on: 27th November 2019   |   By: Charlie Reynolds   |   Category: Uncategorized

Don’t be alone on Christmas day. Erskine Hall is throwing its doors open to the elderly for a community Christmas.

Erskine Hall Bupa Care Home in Northwood is once again opening its doors to elderly people in the community who face Christmas Day alone this year.

The home has partnered with Re-engage, a charity that aims to alleviate loneliness and social isolation amongst over 75s, and their Christmas campaign ‘Community Christmas’. 

Christmas day can be a time of year where older people can feel particularly lonely, the campaign aims to bring back the real spirit of Christmas, ensuring that no older person in the UK spends Christmas Day alone.

Bupa Erskine Hall will open its doors this Christmas to welcome local, older guests experiencing loneliness to enjoy a traditional roast dinner, festive games and entertainment, plus company from staff and residents at the home.

General Manager, Russell Sharp, said: “We know loneliness is a growing issue for elderly people – at Christmas and all year round. 

“It’s our third year hosting a Community Christmas event and we’re pleased to be able to support Community Christmas by opening our doors on Christmas Day to offer older members of our community somewhere they can enjoy a traditional Christmas dinner with all the trimmings and some festive fun in the company of others.

“I know our residents are looking forward to welcoming some new faces to the table on Christmas Day.”

For further information about the day or to book your place, call free on 0808 115 4520 or email events@bupa.com 

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