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Some lovely Christmas elves left us these giant boxes of chocolates over the Christmas period - yay! We suspect our friends at Workington Derwent Rotary Club might just have something to do with it... ... See MoreSee Less

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Some lovely Christmas elves left us these giant boxes of chocolates over the Christmas period - yay! We suspect our friends at Workington Derwent Rotary Club might just have something to do with it...

 

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Sewing

Sewing

Bet they didn't stay full for long😁😁

Happy New Year everyone! We're off to a great start - we've just received an amazing donation of £202 from Jac Woodburn Was Dawson from money raised instead of sending Christmas cards! That's absolutely brilliant, thanks so much Jac and we'll definitely put your money to good use! ❤️❤️😊 ... See MoreSee Less

2 weeks ago

Thank you Mrs Charters for knitting these super cute animals and raising £160 for West House! What a lovely Christmas present ☺️ Your money will go to support activities and equipment for the people we support ❤️ ... See MoreSee Less

1 month ago

Thank you Mrs Charters for knitting these super cute animals and raising £160 for West House!  What a lovely Christmas present ☺️ Your money will go to support activities and equipment for the people we support ❤️Image attachment

 

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I’ll pass the thanks over to my mam. She doesn’t have Facebook x

They are beautiful xx

Chief Elf James Cox and the West House managers looking very festive at our last meeting of the year! ... See MoreSee Less

1 month ago

Chief Elf James Cox and the West House managers looking very festive at our last meeting of the year!

 

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Happy Christmas. 🎄🌟

Merry Christmas to you all. xxx

Just an update for everyone on our previous post! The incident has been reported to the police and the gentleman has been made aware of all your comments. It means a lot to us as well as the gentleman in question. Your kind words and outrage show both him and us that we are not alone and there is more good in the world than bad. Words can and do hurt sometimes but your words are so very special! Thank you, it is very much appreciated 💙 ... See MoreSee Less

1 month ago

 

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I hope the police find the guys responsible. Its disgusting that people think that sort of behaviour is acceptable or funny. Hope the poor gentleman sees that not everyone is bad like those men.

Shocking - but not surprising. May the warmth of human kindness and care help heal the hurt caused by hateful speech and action. Ignorance is blind and ultimately self destructive but can leave others reeling in the wake of its path.

Your right joe

People should show some respect . My nephew has learning difficulties and his manners are extremely good, all credit to his wonderful Step mother Sue xx

It’s important that people report incidents like this . It’s hate crime . I hope he’s recovered and those responsible are found and prosecuted .

Well done on Sue's part he's a treat

There are some horrible people in the world. Fortunately there are many more good ones. I hope the gentleman is OK - and I know the West House people will support him well ❤

Bless him xx

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