On the 9th of October, Joy Morrisey, the Conservative Member of Parliament for Beaconsfield and Buckinghamshire, met with the residents, staff, and families of Farnham Common House for a delightful afternoon tea and cake gathering.
During her visit, residents Michael and Kathy expressed their gratitude to Joy with a box of chocolates that she kindly shared with everyone. They also gifted her a beautiful bouquet of flowers as a token of appreciation for her visit.
Joy Morrisey was impressed by the warm and welcoming feel of the facility and remarked, “What a lovely homely atmosphere it was, and it was an absolute pleasure to come and visit”.
Resident Maureen R shared her experience, saying, “It was lovely to speak with Joy; she showed an interest in my previous occupation as a midwife and asked me about the babies I had delivered. She was really kind.”
Home Manager Wendy Blackmun also expressed her gratitude, saying, “It was really lovely to see the residents interacting with Joy, and we really appreciate the time she made in her busy schedule to come and visit us. It was a really lovely afternoon”.
Joy Morrisey’s visit brought joy and a sense of connection to the residents, and her genuine interest in their lives left a lasting, positive impact on everyone at Farnham Common House.