Lynn-based care company delivers hundreds of mince pies

Field supervisor Paula Rogers hands over mince pies to Home Instead client Mr Browne. ANL-151216-102111001
Field supervisor Paula Rogers hands over mince pies to Home Instead client Mr Browne. ANL-151216-102111001
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For the eighth year running Jeannette McEwan, owner of at-home care company, Home Instead Senior Care West Norfolk, transformed her kitchen into a mince pie factory, and with help from family and friends, baked and delivered over 500 homemade festive pies to every one of her clients and other members of the community. She said: “As a company we strive to go the extra mile for all the clients in our care and little gestures like this make all the difference.” The team which included Julie Collins, Paula Rogers, Karen Barr and Ami Gage distributed the festive treats to their clients in Lynn, Downham, Swaffham, Dersingham, Snettisham, Heacham and Hunstanton. Field supervisor Paula Rogers is pictured handing over some of the pies to client Douglas Browne, of Hunstanton. Photo: Submitted