Cooking a treat in Market Deeping
Thanks to a generous donation from the Rotary Club Deepings, residents and staff of the Manor Court, Market Deeping can now prepare meals with a fabulous meal of new cookers ,
Manor Court on Church Street is run by Sense, a national charity that supports people with complex communication needs, including deafblind people. They wanted to replace their existing stove and the Rotary Club was willing to donate £ 200 for a new one, which is now being installed and well used.
Deputy House Director Melanie Barr underlined the importance of this cooker and said, "It is our ethos that we all cook and eat together Cooking and preparing food is an essential activity in the house, bringing us together, developing independence and Trust in the people we support, and at the end of the process, we all sit together to enjoy a family dinner. "Rotarian Mike White worked closely with the project.
"We are very grateful for the continued support of Rotary."
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