I visited husband in care home dressed as nurse to highlight belief that NHS should make provision of nurses a priority
- Credit: Archant
I paid an unusual visit to my husband John at his care home for his birthday on Friday.
I arrived in a 1927 Alvis and was dressed in an early 20th century nurse’s costume to highlight my belief that the NHS should make provision of nurses a first priority.
John’s care home is Heron House in March and many of the residents enjoyed seeing the vintage car and chatting with its owner Richard Swain.
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