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Cygnet Joyce Parker Hospital in Coventry Brings Holiday Happiness to Kids with Mental Health Needs

Cygnet Joyce Parker Hospital in Coventry Brings Holiday Joy to Kids with Mental Health Needs through Christmas Door Competition.

Decorating Doors at Cygnet Joyce Parker Hospital. (PHOTO: Business In The Midlands)

Spreading Christmas Joy

According to Conventry Observer, every year at Cygnet Joyce Parker Hospital in Coventry, something special happens. The Christmas Door Competition turns the hospital into a festive wonderland. Staff from each part of the hospital join in, decorating their doors in different holiday themes. The kids in the hospital, who are here because they need extra help with their feelings, get to pick the best-decorated door. Stacey Sharp, who is in charge of the hospital, says it’s important to make Christmas as happy as possible for these kids who have to spend it in the hospital.

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Learning and Fun: Summit School’s ‘Chemistree’ Wins Hearts

Summit School, where kids in the hospital go to learn, added something cool to the competition. They made a ‘Chemistree’ with baubles designed by students based on elements from science class. The best door came from Pixie Ward, a special part of the hospital for young people. Their door had a funny theme, “Grinch in the Christmas Tree.” Other good doors were about Christmas in Mexico and “The Nightmare Before Christmas.” Stacey says it’s not just about decorating doors but making special memories for the kids.

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Extra Happiness: Treats and Smiles Before Christmas

Before Christmas, the hospital staff did more to make the kids happy. They brought treats like doughnuts, cakes, and hot chocolate with marshmallows and cream. Stacey says they want to do everything they can to make the kids smile and feel the joy of Christmas. It’s not just about medicine; it’s about making a positive difference in the lives of these kids during the holiday season. The doors, treats, and decorations are all about creating a warm and happy Christmas for the kids who are going through a tough time.

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