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Forest Healthcare Jul 6
Our Pinehurst home in has been participating in the amazing initiative. The residents have received cards from all over the 🌍 🙌🏻
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Linking Generations Jul 6
Another lovely story we've been delighted to help with creating 🥰
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Stanley Primary FOSP Mar 16
While we carry on washing our hands and waiting to see how this coronavirus craziness plays out, we wanted to share some of our special community spirit. Please print and post this through isolated neighbours' doors and help support each other
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Bells Hells Mar 19
If you have to go out to the shops today, how about buying a postcard and sending it to your local care home. Most will be closed to visitors for the considerable future, so please try and help cheer the residents up 💗
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Newtonhill School Mar 19
This week P6M decided to spread some kindness to those less fortunate than us in a time of need! We were sad to hear that people living in care homes aren’t receiving any visitors at the moment so we have designed and written postcards to cheer them up.
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Sunderland College Higher Education Feb 14
Our first batch of being sent out today. Great to see staff and students getting involved
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Miss Birchall Nov 13
For we wrote and decorated some postcards to send to elderly people in care homes as part of scheme ❤️
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Julie Bainbridge Nov 24
Our have been written and ready to be posted. Fantastic project.
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AESG Junior School Mar 17
The girls in Year 1 and Reception worked really hard making some ‘happy cards’ and writing letters to send to care homes around the country for the campaign. We hope they enjoy them!
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Barchester Healthcare Mar 23
As a part of Postcards of Kindness initiative, residents at Red Oaks Care Home receive regular letters & postcards, they make connections & form friendships with the local community. reminds residents that there is always somebody thinking of them.
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Dame Allan's Schools Apr 30
Happy 100th birthday to Colonel Tom Moore! 🥳🌈 In honour of Colonel Tom, we thought you might like to see a card sent to us from Arnold, who also celebrated his 100th birthday recently and received cards from students taking part our PSHE project.
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Woodvale Primary Academy Jan 13
Kestrels have had a response to their postcards of kindness. As you can imagine they were extremely excited!
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Sedbergh School May 6
📝 This week, pupils have been taking part in - taking time to write a postcard to a resident of a care home. The aim is to combat loneliness across the country, and remind care home residents that there's always somebody thinking of them.
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Glasllwch Primary Jan 28
Messy desks in year 6 this afternoon. They have you been busy making cards to send to lots of different care homes around the country to brighten up someone’s day!
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Abbey Catholic Sch Mar 23
We are preparing postcards of kindness for those people who cannot leave their houses. We want to cheer them up!
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Manorside Academy Apr 8
Good Morning, Manorsiders. Look what one of our little lovelies made for us! So, Easter Challenge for today...write a letter, draw a picture or make a card to tell someone that you're thinking of them. Post it to them if you are able to go out for a walk.
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Fox Hill Primary School & Nursery, Bracknell Mar 17
With the news that the elderly have been advised to isolate (potentially for months), Y2 decided to create postcards to send to Care Home. We felt it was a way to show we care.
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Pencaitland Primary School Mar 18
P2/3 and P7 working together to make postcards of kindness to send to care homes 🌟
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Heart Felt Fancies Nov 24
Such a positive Facebook Group of which I 💖 being a member. Thank for introducing it to me 😁
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Megan O'Connor Nov 24
Look at our postcard we have had messages from Dorset to Florida from young and old Sandybrook Nursing Home 🏠
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