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LAKEVIEW LODGE CARE HOME TAKE PART IN COMMUNITY CHRISTMAS CAMPAIGN TO COMBAT LONLINESS AT CHRISTMAS

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Christmas meals for the elderly at Lakeview Lodge Milton Keynes

Lakeview Lodge Care Home has teamed up with the Community Christmas campaign to offer Christmas lunch to elderly people from the local community of Bletchley, who would otherwise be on their own on Christmas Day.

This will be a great opportunity to meet up with old friends and make new friends, creating bonds in the community that will last well beyond the single day. We are delighted to be involved with the scheme, I’d hate to think that someone living just a few doors away from us would be alone on Christmas Day” Said Home Manager Cheryl Rolt.

Community Christmas are a charity who believe that no elderly person in the UK should be alone on Christmas Day. There are currently estimated to be between 250,000 and 500,000 older people who spend Christmas Day on their own. The Community Christmas website provides a listing of community events, care home and other venues who are taking part across the UK.

Guests at Lakeview Lodge Care Home will enjoy a traditional home cooked Christmas lunch in the company of our residents and family members. Anyone wishing to enjoy Christmas lunch with us, or if you know someone that would benefit from this, please get in touch. Places must be booked in advance by calling Maria Moore, Customer Relations Manager for the home, on 01908 641 200.

Lakeview Lodge Care Home in Newton Leys provides residential and dementia care for up to 66 residents. The highly trained and dedicated care team ensure care is provided in family-orientated home from home surroundings. The Country Court Care Group owns 28 care homes which provide care for up to 1276 elderly people across the UK. It is a family owned and run business providing elderly care services within residential and nursing homes, together with associated day services. The business is renowned for being a best in class care provider with an outstanding reputation.

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