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Highfield Care Home presents cheque to local charity

Highfield Care Home near Tadcaster recently presented local charity, Lippy People with a cheque for £750.00 towards video making equipment for this video storytelling charity to enable them to continue their storytelling programme for over 65’s.

The home presented the cheque to the local charity on behalf of Barchester’s Charitable Foundation, which is a registered charity that gives grants to older people and other adults with a disability to help combat loneliness and enable people to be active and engaged in the communities where the Barchester care homes operate.

The charity, Lippy People is a video storytelling charity that seeks to affect positive personal and social change by supporting people to share experiences, develop their creative skills and test out and share creative solutions to the challenges they face

Adel Pangilnan general manager at Highfield, said: “We are always keen to show as much support as we can to local charities and it is wonderful to hear how Lippy people support local people with their story telling programme”

Highfield Care Home is run by Barchester Healthcare, one of the UK’s largest care providers, which is committed to delivering personalised care across its care homes and hospitals.

Highfield provides residential care, nursing care and dementia care for 40 residents from respite care to long term stays. It has built up excellent reputations within its local community, regularly holding events and activities for residents and surrounding neighbours.

For more details on the charity visit www.lippypeople.org

For information on Highfield care home visit www.barchester.com/home/highfield-care-home

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