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What is the meaning of Christmas?

Christmas has become so commercialised over the decades. People put their decorations up early and the shops sell the products far too early, in my opinion.

However, the streets and the shops always look festive and that does lighten the spirit and help us feel more positive in these difficult times. The birth of Christ was a simple and pure thing which I find helpful to think about more and more these days.

So, let’s support each other this Christmas

As Christmas looms, there is little cheer around the world. Cost of living crisis caused by wars, Covid and, let’s face it, some bad management by the powers that be. I am concerned about the number of people, especially the elderly, who may not have enough to eat or money to keep warm. I am concerned about the children whose parents cannot afford to buy Christmas presents for them. Are they asking, “will Santa come this year?”

Here at the Bunbury Care Agency, we will be making some donations to the needy. It won’t solve the problem but I feel very strongly that I cannot enjoy the festive season whilst others do without. I am sure there are many who feel the same way.

So, may I take this opportunity of thanking all our clients and carers, and wish you a very Happy Christmas and, let’s hope, a more peaceful New Year. We look forward to being able to support many more vulnerable people in 2023.

Charitable donations

This month, we are donating £100 to each of the following charities:

Carer’s rates from 1st November 2022

Live-in Care: £760 – £980 per week
Overnight Care: £120 – £160 per 12 hours
Daily Care: £16 p/h weekdays – £18 p/h weekends
Travel allowance: 45p per mile

Who cares? We do… It’s our business to care.

We want to do our utmost to help you remain living as independently as possible in your own home.

Join the campaign to help people remain living in their own homes!

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