Residents get Easter hamper treat from store during party

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SUPPORTED living residents received a food hamper as an Easter treat.

People at St Clare’s Court, in Leigh Park, were given the hampers from the Asda store in Bedhampton, during an Easter party.

Sue Edgerley, is the resident participation manager for Portsmouth City Council., which runs the blocks.

She said: ‘The gift hamper was full of good food and tasty treats for the residents to share and enjoy.

‘It was such a luxury and it made our Easter party extra special.’

Residents also enjoyed entertainment, music and singing.

Councillor Yvonne Weeks, of Havant Borough Council, nominated the court for the hamper, after visiting the home several times.

The tea party was organised by FUNDS4U, an initiative run by the city council’s resident participation team to help fund events.