The Nottingham office of at-home care company, Home Instead joined together last week (Friday 17th December) with Beeston Rotary club and Beeston Catholic Church to host a community Christmas extravaganza for Home Instead clients and members of the Church.
Primo Sule, owner of the Nottingham office of Home Instead wanted to spread festive cheer by hosting a special Christmas party for members of the community. His company usually provides care for the elderly in their own homes and recognises that at this time of year many older people can feel very lonely.
20 guests attended the party at Beeston Catholic Church and enjoyed a delicious hot Christmas dinner provided by Home Instead and cooked by members of the Rotary club. Guests pulled Christmas crackers and shared jokes over dinner.
Following lunch they enjoyed an afternoon of festivities including live performances from the Round Hill Primary choir and an Elvis impersonator. Both performances went down extremely well.
Christmas gifts were handed out to all guests and one person from each table was lucky enough to win the impressive table decoration donated by Mrs June Kirkham.
Commenting, Primo said “A fantastic day was had by all! Everyone was in the Christmas spirit and thoroughly enjoyed themselves.
“It is important at this time of year to look out for those more vulnerable than you. If you have elderly neighbours I urge you to pop in and check on them and perhaps even share a Christmas mince pie or two.”
For more information about the services provided by Home Instead, Nottingham call 01159 226116 or visit www.homeinstead.co.uk.
Photo Caption: Elvis spotted alive and well in Nottingham