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Four Acres care home receive special visit from local Lioness

England Lioness Hannah Hampton with a Four Acres Resident

The residents and care team at Four Acres in Studley welcomed England and Aston Villa footballer, Hannah Hampton to their care home on the 3rd of August.

The atmosphere at the Studley care home was one of excitement, as the team were honoured to welcome Hannah and her parents to the home. Hannah met some of the residents and team members during her visit and showed them her medal from winning the EUFA cup!

Hannah Hampton is Studley’s very own Lioness. Hannah has been visiting local places in Studley to celebrate her win with the community, so the team at Four Acres were delighted to be able to welcome her into their home in Studley. The residents were overjoyed to meet Hannah and clapped her as she entered the lounges. One resident said:

“I really can’t believe it, this has made my day and it’s one of the best moments of my life.”

Home Manager, Dani Pathirage, said:

“We were so proud to welcome Lioness Hannah Hampton to our home. This is what Four Acres is all about, creating special moments for residents and team members. Thank you to Hannah and her parents for taking the time to visit us. The excitement of the visit was felt throughout the entire home and it was a really special day for all of us.

Four Acres is a 66-bed residential and dementia care home in Studley, and forms part of the Runwood Homes Senior Living portfolio. Creating memorable moments like this one is a core value at Runwood Homes. The Four Acres team continue to provide a wide array of activities and events for residents to enjoy, to promote a welcoming and engaging care home with a true focus on wellbeing and comfort.

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