Sheriff of Canterbury, Councillor Rosemary Doyle, made a festive visit to meet the residents and staff at Connors House Care Home in Canterbury.
The Sheriff of Canterbury visited the Craddock Road care home over the Christmas period, to meet the residents and staff and witness the crucial work the team does.
Bev Furr, the home’s activity coordinator, gave the Sheriff the grand tour of the care home, pointing out the key areas, including the recently renovated sensory courtyard.
Following the tour, the Sheriff joined residents and staff for afternoon tea, tucking into a cup of tea and slice of cake, whilst chatting to everyone about life at the home and the upcoming festivities.
Bev Furr, activity coordinator at Connors House said: “It was an absolute delight to show the Sheriff of Canterbury around our home, the residents had a lovely time chatting away and one of them even realised they knew her from many years ago!
“We always welcome visitors from Canterbury and the vicinity, as it’s a pleasure to show others the excellent work our staff do, as well as ensuring our residents are given the opportunity to remain a part of the community that many of them have lived in for all of their lives.”