September 29th, 2016

Bromsgrove Sporting players and manager deliver Easter eggs to Breme Care Home

Bromsgrove Sporting players and manager deliver Easter eggs to Breme Care Home Bromsgrove Sporting players and manager deliver Easter eggs to Breme Care Home
Updated: 4:10 pm, Mar 24, 2016

RESIDENTS at a Bromsgrove care home were given Easter eggs by Bromsgrove Sporting FC youth and under 21 players and manager Paul Smith.

The pinpoint delivery came on Tuesday so those living at Breme Care Home would have the chocolatey treats for Easter.

The home’s manager Denise Clark said: “We were just overwhelmed – our residents were smiling from ear to ear as they thought it was such a lovely gesture.

“They absolutely loved sitting and chatting with the players and thought they were so polite and charming.”

Resident, May Tattum, 98, said: “All the children coming in absolutely made my day.”

Dot Shipman, 93 added: “It was an absolute pleasure to meet them.”

Andy Parr, Bromsgrove Sporting’s director of youth development, said it was important the club had strong links locally, adding it was important to be part of community programmes like the one with Breme Care Home.

“This sort of activity reminds the lads that we are all part of the wider community,” he added.

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