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Brunelcare’s Christmas Carol Service Brings Communities Together

BrunelcareOver 200 tenants, residents, employees and friends from care homes and housing schemes of the charity Brunelcare attended a joyful annual carol service at Christ the Servant church in Stockwood in Bristol this Tuesday 4th December.

The large choir from Waycroft Academy were invited along again to sing at the service – and are also generously donating Christmas gift boxes for Brunelcare’s Robinson House care home residents, also based in Stockwood.

Everyone at the service was treated to a buffet tea, and were especially delighted to meet and chat with the Deputy Lord Mayor of Bristol, Councillor Lesley Alexander, pictured, who also attended the service and bravely agreed to take part in Brunelcare’s ‘Christmas selfie photo frame’ fun!

Kevin Fairman, Brunelcare’s CEO says:

“We thank Reverend Gwyn Owen for enthusiastically leading the service for us and welcoming us once again to his church. This service is an annual highlight – having a good sing-a-long to Christmas carols means a great deal to our residents and tenants! It has been good to see over 200 people here today.

Our residents were clearly delighted by the service and enjoyed meeting other Brunelcare tenants and employees – and listening to the children from Waycroft Academy sing.”


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