Tony Currie, a former Sheffield United and England (amongst other teams) midfielder came to have lunch with a select few hardened United supporters to fulfil their Wishing Well wishes. The lunch took place on Monday 11th December at Henleigh Hall Care Home.
Tony came along with his wife who received a lovely bouquet from the residents and had a lovely 3 course meal along with super fan residents Phil Roberts, Janet Crookes, Doreen Duke and Reg Ellis and team members Alan Hall, Katie Fiddler and Kady Parkin
Activities coordinator, Alan Hall said: “Tony and his wife were such a great couple to host. The residents enjoyed their lunch with them and talked about football across the years. Tony signed Phil’s Sheffield United football shirt and he also visited some residents in their own rooms who were unable to join them for lunch. A big thank you to Tony for his time and energy.”
Right from the beginning we try to get an understanding of our residents, finding out about their life story and getting to know the things they would really like to do via our Wishing Well Programme so that we can help to make their wishes a reality.