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Apr

Community cheer in these strange times

We were delighted to hear that our tenants and the wonderful ‘My Care’ staff of Victoria Grange in Dyce have been receiving gifts of flowers and cake to cheer up staff and tenants during this difficult time.

Children from the local Martyn Paul Fitness Centre have drawn Rainbow pictures for the windows of our Very Sheltered Complex, which have certainly cheered staff and tenants up.  The Rainbow pictures have popped up all over the country which shows support for those who are working in the NHS and the care system looking after our sick and elderly.  Rainbows are used as a symbol of hope as rainbows appear when the sun appears after heavy rainfall.

“Castlehill would like to take the opportunity to thank “My Care” for the support and care they provide to our tenants and to the local community for the kind donations of cakes and treats for residents and staff. I’m sure that they are greatly appreciated at this difficult time.” said David Lappin CEO of Castlehill.

On Thursday during the national clap for carers at 8 pm, tenants and staff at the home were treated to local piper Jake Robertson – ‘the loon piper’ – who came and piped for them. Local boy Jake wanted to show support for tenants and those who are working at the complex.

It’s always good to hear happy stories during these strange days.

(Thanks to the p&J for the piper photo)