Glenfield Care Centre celebrates first anniversary with its own act of remembrance

REMEMBRANCE Day was a special day at Glenfield Care Centre in Wisbech when residents held their own act of remembrance and marked the first anniversary of the opening of the centre. During a coffee morning for residents, visitors and staff the two minutes

REMEMBRANCE Day was a special day at Glenfield Care Centre in Wisbech when residents held their own act of remembrance and marked the first anniversary of the opening of the centre.

During a coffee morning for residents, visitors and staff the two minutes silence was observed and the fallen of two world wars and more recent conflicts were remembered.

A birthday party followed in the afternoon and Councillor Jonathan Farmer who had opened the centre last year when he was mayor of Wisbech gave a speech. Current mayor Councillor Yvonne Lawrence cut a cake made in the shape of and decorated like a poppy.

There was entertainment and Julie Wisbech sang songs which transported residents back through the decades.


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At the end of the day a donation was presented to representatives of the Royal British Legion.

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