Young and old come together to show the true meaning of Christmas. Kind hearted school pupils have sent festive cards to residents in two care homes in St Helens. St Helens Rotary came up with the idea of linking Holy Cross Primary School with Stock Hall Nursing Home and Bleak Hill Primary School with Grace Court Care Centre.
Each child is allocated the name of someone in a care home, so they draw Christmas pictures on the card and write their first name and send a personal message. President Paul Winstanley of St Helens Rotary said St Helens Rotairians are always looking at ways of supporting our local communnity. We had some cards printed and we made it happen. Advent is a special time of year so we wanted to share our joy with the local community.
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