09:28AM, Friday 04 November 2016
About 150 elderly people will be able to enjoy a free tea party this Christmas as part of the fourth annual Be a Santa to a Senior event.
It is being held as part of the Living Advent Calendar, which is arranged by Twyford Together and various businesses and groups across the village.
It will be held at Colleton School, in Colleton Drive, on Saturday, December 10, from 3.30pm.
Events at the party will include a visit from Father Christmas who will give out gifts from Home Instead Senior Care, which provides care and safety for elderly people, carol singing and a free tea.
It is also being organised by local charities and businesses Twyford and District Age Concern, TimeFinders, Hare Hatch Sheeplands and the David Brownlow Charitable Trust.
Up to 150 places for the event are available to people aged over 65 who live in the Twyford area.
A space can be booked by contacting either Gordon Holmes at the Twyford and District Age Concern Centre in Polehampton Close on 0118 934 4040. Alternatively, contact Paul Westgarth, of Home Instead Senior Care, on 01628 299097 for a space.
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