Dec 23, 2015
Cavell Court’s head chef Wayne Robinson, with help from his team, created 50 individual Christmas puddings to help bring festive cheer to The Salvation Army community drop in which provides support for people who are vulnerable or in need in the local community.
Anita O’Neill, home manager at Cavell Court, said: “We were all really happy to be able to support The Salvation Army at what can be a difficult time of year for many people. Being able to give something back to the local community is so important at Christmas and we hope everyone at the community drop in enjoys the puddings.”
Nicola Darkins, service manager at The Salvation Army’s Pottergate Arc drop in, said: “We would like to thank everyone at Cavell Court for their kind donation. As a charity we rely on support of those in the local community and thanks to Cavell Court we can provide a special treat for those who spend Christmas with us. As a Church and charity we are dedicated to caring for people who are vulnerable or in need in our community and this donation will help us care and provide a warm welcome to those who come to us this Christmas time.”
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