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Holiday at Home - Help needed!

Holiday at Home - Help needed

Can you help to give our elderly people a holiday experience, friendship and fun? Holiday at Home has been in existence for 8 years now. In that time we have been able to give over 100 people a wonderful holiday experience, fun, friendship and happy memories. The last 2 years has seen several new guests from across the circuit coming to enjoy the experience.

In order for Holiday at Home to take place, we rely on an army of volunteers who are willing to give time. I would therefore like to say a huge thank you to all the team who help make Holiday at Home possible.
We always need more helpers and so if you feel you could give up just an hour or two during the week then please get in touch. We need car drivers, people to move furniture, serving and kitchen people and befrienders. Most of our helpers will say that they really enjoy being a part of it.

Sadly the future of Holiday at Home is uncertain, as some of the key members of the team are finding it increasingly more difficult to cope. We really need new people to come along, to capture the vision and to take up the reins.

If you appreciate what Holiday at Home is providing and don’t want to see it end then please do think seriously about whether it is something you could get involved in.

For more information or offers of help, please contact me.

Linda, Circuit Pastoral Visitor


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