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Borough Care’s Sophie Is A Knockout

PR27-Sophie-Rawlinson-Boxing-Match-WinSophie Rawlinson, Activity Lifestyle Facilitator at Borough Care’s Bruce Lodge home, has won her first charity boxing match in the first round. Sophie, who had only been boxing for two months before her fight, triumphed by quickly knocking out her opponent. The charity match took place at Bowlers Exhibition Centre in Manchester, the venue where Sophie practises. Sophie raised over £500 for Alzheimer’s Society and the residents’ amenities fund at Bruce Lodge.

Commenting on her boxing match, Sophie Rawlinson says: “Knowing I was raising money for two great causes really spurred me on. I was determined to win but didn’t expect my victory to happen quite so quickly. I really enjoy boxing as a way to keep fit and loved participating in my first match.”

Alzheimer’s Society is a charity for anyone affected by dementia. Borough Care has over 20 years of experience supporting people with dementia. The company offers dementia support through a range of services, including residential care, active recovery and day care provision. Bruce Lodge in Offerton, Stockport is one of Borough Care’s homes that offers residential and day care accommodation, and support, for older people living with dementia. The building is a purpose built dementia care home with wide corridors, a light and airy environment and a secure and enclosed garden.

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