Rossendale House Rings in the Festive Season with Mayor's Visit
As the festive spirit enveloped Rossendale House, residents, staff, and their families gathered in the main reception area for a spectacular event – the Christmas light switch-on. To kickstart the 31 days of Christmas with style, Councillor Raja Arif Khan, along with Nosheen Shoukat, graced the occasion, turning it into a memorable and heartwarming celebration.
The main reception area was filled with anticipation and joy as all eyes focused on the dazzling Christmas lights. Residents sat alongside friends, family, and dedicated staff, creating a warm and communal atmosphere. The mayor, Councilor Raja Arif Khan, took center stage, turning on the lights and officially marking the beginning of the festive season at Rossendale House.
What made this event truly special was the personal touch added by the mayor. Following the light switch-on, Councilor Raja Arif Khan took the time to engage with each resident individually, creating meaningful connections and fostering a sense of community. Residents were not just spectators; they were active participants, relishing the opportunity to share their opinions, talents, and stories with the esteemed guest.
The festive cheer continued with an entertaining performance of a Christmas song by Joseph Ashton, adding a musical touch to the joyous occasion. The presence of the mayor and the lively atmosphere brought smiles to every face, creating a family-like ambiance that resonated throughout Rossendale House.
Councilor Raja Arif Khan shared his thoughts on the visit, expressing appreciation for the warm welcome and the opportunity to connect with residents. One resident, overwhelmed with joy, shared, "I can’t believe we met the mayor. I was wanting to speak to him as I am interested in local politics."
The Christmas light switch-on at Rossendale House was more than an event; it was a celebration of community, connection, and the joy of the holiday season. The presence of the mayor added a touch of local flavor and reinforced the sense of belonging within the Rossendale House family.
Danforth Care Homes are currently welcoming residents, If you or a loved one wish to find out more information or come along, explore the facilities, and meet the staff, you can do so by contacting the enquiry team.
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