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Dec

Harvest Festival Treats For The Bromsgrove And Redditch Communities

Dawn Phillips Read 232 times

The Radfield Bromsgrove & Redditch branch has been busy over the last month purchasing lots of non-perishable foods and creating wonderful harvest festival boxes to generously donate to the local community.

 

harvest festival treats for bromsgrove community

Dawn Phillips, Director of Radfield Home Care Bromsgrove & Redditch

The branch team have been making lots of contacts during their marketing activities over the last few months, introducing themselves and the services Radfield Home Care provide to the local community including churches, support groups, schools, associations, to name but a few and have received an overwhelming response to their donations of the harvest festival boxes.

Dawn Phillips, Director of Radfield Home Care Bromsgrove and Redditch commented, “Radfield Home Care holds strong family values and our branch not only provides the highest quality home care for the elderly, but it also provides ongoing support to the local communities, supporting events and activities whenever possible. We love getting involved with activities such as these and look forward to doing more and more as we expand into new communities.”

Gemma, Care Coordinator from the branch explained, “I love meeting and helping people and I have really enjoyed delivering the harvest boxes to the community. But, as with all things, you always wish you could do more, but I think it’s a great contribution and I think it will be the start of an annual project that we look forward to every year.”

In Britain, thanks have been given for successful harvests since pagan times and in Britain food is traditionally distributed among the poor and the elderly in the community, or used to raise funds for the church.

 


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