West Lothian OAPs woke up to Christmas presents thanks to care provider


Local home care provider, Home Place Livingston, has spread seasonal joy and happiness across West Lothian with its annual ‘Be a Santa’ programme.

Thanks to gift donations from generous people across the region, 446 gifts were wrapped and delivered to seniors who would otherwise have nothing to open on Christmas morning, and many of whom were spending their holiday season alone this year.

Special thanks go to Community Champions at Morrisons and Tesco stores in Bathgate who provided gifts and packaging, and to Williamson’s, J&R Veitch and Klondyke Garden Centers who acted as gift drop-off points, and to the many community groups who helped identify those in need of a little Christmas cheer.

In Livingston Square, spread seasonal joy and happiness throughout West Lothian with its annual ‘Be a Santa’ programme.

Graham Stevenson, owner of Home Place Livingston, said: “Thank you to everyone who gave so generously and helped us collect and distribute the gifts in the community.

“Once again, our annual ‘Be a Santa’ campaign has been a fabulous success and I’m proud that Home Rather Livingston was able to help spread a smile of joy this festive season in our wonderful community.

Home Replace provides care services to the elderly and vulnerable across the region, enabling them to live safely and comfortably in their own homes for as long as possible. Their services range from home help and companionship to more specialized dementia and palliative care.

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