There was plenty to see and do at the Cedar Grange Christmas Fayre and plenty of residents, families, staff and visitors to enjoy it.

The nursing and residential home in Launceston boasted craft and food stalls, an owl from a nearby falconry, festive music, a raffle and, of course, Santa.

Formerly run by Cornwall Care and now one of Sanctuary Care’s award-winning homes, Cedar Grange has sixty beds and far-reaching views across the local countryside. 

“Everyone pulled together to make our Christmas Fayre an outstanding success, with lots of smiling, happy people taking full advantage of all the entertainment on offer,” said Cedar Grange home manager Andrea Bacon.

“We are one big family here and it was lovely to see how much everyone was enjoying themselves.

“At Sanctuary Care we put a lot of effort into our vibrant activity programmes and Roxana and Lesley, our two activity coordinators, have been working flat out to ensure lots of fun and excitement over the festive period.

“Both they and the whole team have helped make this a Christmas to remember for all those involved.”

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