Mystery boy writes 70 Christmas cards for Carron care home residents

A kind-hearted young boy brought smiles to the faces of 70 care home residents after writing individual Christmas cards for each one.

By Jonathon Reilly
Wednesday, 23rd December 2020, 12:30 pm

Carrondale Care Home, in Beaumont Drive, Carron, received a call from a member of the public who said their son had been thinking of others over the festive season and wanted to do something positive.

The facility was then sent a bundle of letters from the boy whose well wishes were warmly received.

All staff know is the youngster’s name is Adam.

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Carrondale Care Home residents received a bundle of Christmas cards from a thoughtful young boy. Contributed.

Linda Stewart, the home’s health and well-being co-ordinator, said: “The residents were all so delighted to receive them.

“We would like to thank him for his kindness and thoughtfulness at this time of the year, especially during these challenging times.”

In October, Larbert High School pupils delivered much-needed cheer by writing lockdown letters to the home.

The S4 English pupils sent nearly 50 letters to give residents a boost while visits were limited due to the coronavirus pandemic.

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