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B&Q store's kind gesture lifts spirits at Catchpole Court Care Home in Sudbury amid coronavirus lockdown




Residents at Catchpole Court Care Home in Sudbury were delighted to receive a donation of plants and potting compost from a DIY store.

The generous gift was delivered to the facility in Walnut Tree Lane from the team at B&Q.

While tending their garden, residents and staff were provided with a temporary reprieve from the coronavirus lockdown.

(L-R)Personal Activities Leaders at Catchpole Court Care Home in Sudbury Colleen Sagon and Vikki Smith with some of the plants that have donated by B & Q to brighten up the gardens - Note to Ed - Colleen and Vikki work as carers in close proximity to each other and therefore don't nned to exercise Social Distancing at work..Pic - Richard Marsham. (33401453)
(L-R)Personal Activities Leaders at Catchpole Court Care Home in Sudbury Colleen Sagon and Vikki Smith with some of the plants that have donated by B & Q to brighten up the gardens - Note to Ed - Colleen and Vikki work as carers in close proximity to each other and therefore don't nned to exercise Social Distancing at work..Pic - Richard Marsham. (33401453)

Praising the kind gesture, Clare Bracken, from Four Seasons Health Care Group, which runs Catchpole Court, said: “It’s been extremely encouraging to experience the overwhelming support and appreciation we have had from our local community.

“The tokens of gratitude we have received are a fantastic acknowledgement of all the hard work from our team members during this extraordinary time. We couldn’t be more thankful for all the support.”