Olive House raises funds for Dementia UK

Residents and staff held a fundraising event at Olive House in Newton Flotman, Norfolk, at the weekend to raise funds for Dementia UK.

There was musical entertainment from Peter Piper and a delicious cream tea was prepared by the kitchen team.

Home Manager Adina Marginean said that a lovely afternoon was had by all with £143.00 raised for Dementia UK through a raffle and donations.

Olive House provides residential and respite care to the elderly living in Norfolk and has a 9.5 our of 10 rating on independent review site

For more about living in the home contact the home on 01508 471718.

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