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Residents in HC-One care homes across the UK are getting in the football and patriotic spirit and supporting their national teams by watching the Euros and cheering the players on.  

The England matches are a huge hit amongst Residents at Yew Trees Care Home, Dukinfield, Greater Manchester who are enjoying watching the games with snacks and a choice of beer. Residents at the home are delighted with the results so far, especially the long-awaited for win over Germany and spirits are very high. 

Lynda Bulley, Wellbeing Coordinator at Yew Trees Care Home, commented: “It’s great seeing the residents get so involved in these events.” 

In Hambleton, at Bankhouse Care Home, all eyes were on the recent games, with residents enjoying watching the football and cheering on England as the drinks flow and flags are flying.  

For the first England match, carers Linda, Ali and Thealyn at Bankhouse Care Home, Poulton Le Fylde in Lancashire kindly provided refreshments. Catering colleague, Kerry made a homemade lemon cake and there was an assortment of snacks on offer for everyone to enjoy.  

At Hartford Court Care Home in Cramlington, colleagues are suppling a variety of football-themed activities throughout the competition, including arts and crafts, baking, signing up for the England team and receiving a football award. 

For those who aren’t football fans, there are some extra activities planned including a drive out for some ice cream. A great time is being had by all, with residents commenting on how much they were enjoying the Euros activities and cheering on the teams.  

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