Children benefit as Telford nursing home donates dolls house to nursery

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A Telford nursing home has donated a much-loved dolls house to children at a local day nursery to help develop their imagination and interaction.

 

Kind-hearted staff from Myford House Nursing Home in Horsehay have given the Georgian-style dolls house to ABC Nursery in Lightmoor Village.

 

Debbie Pugh, manager of Myford Housing Nursing Home said: “The dolls house was originally given to us by a nurse several years ago but gradually our residents have used it less and less.

 

“We know how professional the nursery is ran and how much the children would love the toy so we decided to donate it to them. It is already being put to good use.”

 

Kelly Orrock, manager at ABC Nursery added: “Children of a variety of ages are enjoying the dolls house and we can’t thank Debbie and her team enough for their generosity.

 

“It comes complete with great detail including characters and furniture and it is proving to be a big hit – also helping children with their social skills and to develop their imagination. We are certain our children will love it for many years to come.”

 

Myford House is an exclusive development registered for 57 residents looking to spend their retirement in privacy and comfort.

 

Situated on the edge of Lightmoor Village, it offers 24-hour care, quality accommodation to meet the needs of elderly adults and provides the setting for long or short stays, whether for personal, nursing or dementia care.

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