Christmas fayre is great success at Wisbech care home

PUBLISHED: 11:32 19 December 2017 | UPDATED: 11:32 19 December 2017

Christmas fayre is great success at Wisbech care home. PHOTO: Ian Carter

Christmas fayre is great success at Wisbech care home. PHOTO: Ian Carter

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A Wisbech care home held a Christmas fayre that raised around £800 for resident funds.

Christmas fayre is great success at Wisbech care home. PHOTO: Ian Carter Christmas fayre is great success at Wisbech care home. PHOTO: Ian Carter

Lyncroft Care home held the annual event to raise money for the resident’s comfort fund which pays for activities and events throughout the year.

A spokesman for the home said: “All staff worked extremely hard and the event was a great success.

“We’d like to say thank you to the Mayor of Wisbech for opening the event and the 20 stall holders who attended with a wide range of Christmas gifts to sell.

“We even had a visit from Santa Clause who took time from his busy schedule to be with us. We managed to raise £800 for the resident’s comfort fund and we look forward to lots more in the new year.”

Christmas fayre is great success at Wisbech care home. PHOTO: Ian Carter Christmas fayre is great success at Wisbech care home. PHOTO: Ian Carter

Lyncroft is part of Country Court Care registered for 39 people aged 55 plus offering palliative care, day care, respite care, convalescent care,

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