Clients of Home Instead enjoy the Christmas party
Home Instead Senior Care hosted their annual Christmas party at the Beeston Roman Catholic church hall in Foster Avenue on Friday December 14.
Along with the 26 clients who attended were members of the Rotary Club of Beeston, dressed for the occasion in suits and black ties, some of Home Instead’s CAREGivers and the staff from the company’s office on Wollaton Road, Beeston; Primo Sule, Sarah Gell and Gemma Poole.
Clients attending the party had been collected by their CAREGivers and Rotarians, who gave their own time to make sure that all of the Home Instead clients who were able to be there got there.
Rotary Club members proffering a glass of sherry and a warm welcome met the party-going clients at the door of the church hall. The Rotary Club then served a three-course Christmas dinner, which was followed with mince pies, coffee and mints.
The entertainment began with a visit from the Round Hill School choir who came and sang Christmas carols and songs. This was followed by Marc Blocks, a local guitar and harmonica player, who got everyone singing and dancing
At the end of a wonderful afternoon, each client was given a card and a gift before being transported home, the transport again provided by Home Instead’s CAREGivers and members of Beeston Rotary Club.