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Once the day has been organised for the first time there should be processes in place so future events are less effort.

Easter – time to hatch your Christmas plan!

So many of us look forward to the long weekend that is the Easter break that it is easy to forget about the challenges it can bring for others.

On Easter Sunday nearly everything is closed; the usual social activities are taking a break, public transport is reduced, shops, cafes and libraries are closed and neighbours/local relatives often go away.

This can leave some of the elderly feeling isolated and alone.

Community Christmas is asking that people spare some time over the Easter break to think ahead to Christmas when a similar situation arises.

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No elderly person in the UK should be on their own on Christmas Day unless they want to be

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