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Sunderland Mayor drops in for nutrition tea party with older folks

The Mayor of the City of Sunderland Coun Bob Heron joins 87 year old May Scott in a cup of tea and a cake at a National Nutrition Week event at the Barnes Court Care home.

The Mayor of the City of Sunderland Coun Bob Heron joins 87 year old May Scott in a cup of tea and a cake at a National Nutrition Week event at the Barnes Court Care home.

The Mayor of Sunderland enjoyed a brew with care home residents as part of a worldwide campaign.

Barnes Court Care Home, in High Barnes, held a tea party as part of Nutrition and Hydration Week.

The campaign aims to raise awareness and improve understanding of the vital importance of good nutrition and hydration. Afternoon Teas took place, with care homes across the globe hosting the event for residents and visitors.

Debbie Daniels, care manager at Barnes Court Care Home, said: “Our residents have varied dietary requirements so we know just how important good nutrition and hydration is for maintaining good health.

“Proving quality food and drink to our residents is key to us and the high standard of our food is something we are really proud of.

“Taking part in the Worldwide Afternoon Tea day seemed like a great way to support the message of Nutrition and Hydration week and raise awareness while also having fun and socialising with local people.”

 

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