Coopers Croft care home in Stoke on Trent made a special breakfast delivery to Longton Police Station in honour of National Law Enforcement Day.
To show the residents’ and staff members’ appreciation to local law enforcement, Coopers Croft paid a visit to the station with bacon and sausage sandwiches in hand to personally thank the officers for their work in keeping the community safe.
90-year-old Coopers Croft resident, Audrey Pretty, said, ‘Their roles are essential to our community, and the work they do sometimes goes unrecognised, so we felt they really deserved a treat.’
Daniel Boote, a PCSO for Hartshill and Basford, added, ‘Thank you for our breakfast, it’s very much appreciated, and we look forward to seeing everyone at Coopers Croft again soon.’
Alex Field, the Home Manager at Coopers Croft, commented, ‘The officers from Longton Police Station visit our home to hold a drop-in session for the community during our Coffee Mornings.
‘They’re always so kind and our residents really enjoy seeing them, so it was important to us that we show how thankful we are.’
Coopers Croft’s Coffee Morning takes place at the home on Robert Knox Way, Stoke-on-Trent, every Friday from 10:00. All are welcome to join the residents for a hot drink, cake and a chat.
To find out more about Coopers Croft call 01782 355 483, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.idealcarehomes.co.uk.
Coopers Croft, operated by Ideal Carehomes, offers 24 hour, person-centred residential and dementia care and is rated 10 out of 10 on care home review website, carehome.co.uk. With 66 ensuite bedrooms, attractive décor and landscaped gardens, Coopers Croft is welcoming new residents for short- and long-term placements with a unique all-inclusive fee to give peace of mind to residents and their families.