Staff and residents at Lyncroft Care Home in Clarkson Avenue had a visit from Deputy Mayor, Councillor Andrew Lynn, this week. He was joined by Nathaniel Woodward of Woodward’s Confection to deliver a donation of sweets for staff and residents to enjoy.
Nathaniel has a shop in Spalding and will soon be opening another in Union Street, Wisbech. Nathaniel made a kind donation of Winter Mixture sweets for the residents and a goodie box for the staff. All of which will be available in his new shop and can be purchased online from www.woodwardsconfection.co.uk.
Nathaniel explained “The Winter Mixture is intended to evoke memories of a bygone era so I hope that residents at Lyncroft will enjoy discussing memories of their local sweet shop and sampling the sweets too of course. We’d be delighted to arrange a visit to the new shop when they are able.”
“We are thrilled to receive this thoughtful donation.” Said Home Manager, Brenda Durrington. “It’s especially important for our residents to retain their connection to their local community and the town of Wisbech, especially at this time. I’m sure they’ll love discussing the mischief they got up to whilst enjoying sweets in their younger years and our staff welcome this show of appreciation for their efforts too.”
Lyncroft Care Home is part of the Country Court Group, a family-owned and run business founded in 1983, with the company philosophy “Our family caring for yours”.
Lyncroft, which has been Covid free throughout the pandemic, provides family-led residential and dementia care for up to 52 people and is rated ‘Good’ by CQC.