Celebration Afternoon Tea with our 100 year old Service Users

Published: | Social Care

Glasgow City HSCP Home Care services hosted an afternoon tea for service users aged 100 and over on Thursday 29 August. 

Held in Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum cafe, Lord Provost Eva Bolander, Councillor Mhairi Hunter, Vice-Chair, Glasgow City Health and Social Care Partnership and Susanne Millar, Interim Chief Officer, Glasgow City Health and Social Care Partnership were among the guests for afternoon tea with the celebrants.

Among them was Margaret Duff, from Sandyhills who was there with her daughter, having just celebrated her 100th birthday in May. 

“It’s a lovely event,” she said. “It is so nice to be here.”

Home Care in Glasgow is a vital service, supporting more than 5500 vulnerable service users a day, many of them elderly, to live independently at home