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Staff and players from Watford Ladies FC paid a visit to a local care home to spread some Christmas cheer to residents.
Manager John Salomon was joined by his assistant, Chris Thurston, and first team players Lauren Davey, Sarah Wiltshire and Kate Natkiel as they visited Robin Hood House in Berkhamsted, which is part of Benslow Care Homes, the club's first team sponsor.
Players and management handed out gifts while chatting to residents and staff, with this their second visit to the local care home following our support of a Sports Relief event last season.
There are 20 patients being looked after at the local care home, with all suffering from dementia.
Manager John was full of praise for the staff at Robin Hood House, and wished to thank them for being so accommodating. He said: "Today was a lovely opportunity for us to meet some of the residents at one of the Benslow Care Homes and take them some Christmas presents.
"I have experience of a close family member having dementia, so to see how happy the residents were to meet some of the players and open their presents was really nice. We spent time chatting to them and had a really good time.
"The staff at Benslow Care Homes were great with the residents and made us feel very welcome, so I'd like to thank them for having us and for their continued support of our first team."
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