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Residents at The Tithebarn, in Great Crosby, received a wonderful morale boost this week, thanks to the pupils of Crosby High School. RMBI Care Co. has restricted visitors in its care homes at present because of the threat of Coronavirus to its residents. Kind-hearted teachers had the idea of making colourful cards to send to the residents with uplifting messages. The children were only too happy to oblige and made the cards just before their school closed.
Like most other care homes, James Terry Court is closed to all but essential visitors because of the threat of Coronavirus to its residents. Knowing that her pupils would not be able to visit the Home for a while, Kimberly Day-Jones, a teacher at the school, had the idea of making colourful cards to send to the residents with uplifting messages. The children were only too happy to oblige and made the cards just before their school closed. The school and the Home enjoy an ongoing intergenerational partnership which benefits both children and residents. 
Pat Corbin, a resident at Zetland Court in Bournemouth, has celebrated her 109th birthday. To mark the special milestone, a tea party was held at the Home, where she has lived for three years, for Pat and her fellow residents. She was delighted to receive a birthday card from HM The Queen. RMBI Care Co. has restricted visitors in its care homes at present because of because of the threat of Coronavirus to its residents. Pat’s family were able to join her on the ‘phone and they also sent her some beautiful flowers.

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