Digni-Tea Dance

Oct 11, 2017 / Posted By Knoll Care Partnership

The Knoll and Fairways will be holding an afternoon Digni-Tea Dance at St Monica’s Jubilee Rooms on Tuesday 17th October from 12 til 2:30pm to raise funds / awareness of Dignity in Care campaign, highlighting the importance of dignity in all walks of life and particularly in Care and Support settings. Staff, residents and families are all invited so please come along / spread the word.

It will be a 1940’s and 50’s theme with music, dancing, tea and cakes as well as information provided about the Dignity in Care campaign. 1940’s / 50’s outfits are encouraged or vintage style hats / accessories.

If you would like to make a donation to the campaign (more info here…https://www.dignityincare.org.uk/About/) leading up to the event, wristbands and badges are available in the reception of both Knoll and Fairways for suggested donation £1 or £2. The ’10 Dignity Do’ cards’ are also available and worth a read.

The Directors and Staff look forward to seeing you there!

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