Studley Lioness Hannah Hampton roars into care home - The Redditch Standard

Studley Lioness Hannah Hampton roars into care home

Redditch Editorial 3rd Sep, 2023   0

RESIDENTS at Four Acres in Studley have welcomed local Lioness Hannah Hampton to their care home.

Excitement for the beautiful game was in the air as the Chelsea and England international goalkeeper visited with her parents.

Hannah met some of the residents and team members on her return from the FIFA Women’s World Cup where The Lionesses were beaten 1-0 in the final by Spain.

Hannah, from Studley, has been visiting places in the village after the competition and the Four Acres team was delighted to welcome her.

The residents were overjoyed to meet her and gave her a round or applause as she entered the lounge.

One resident said: “What a very special moment to have Hannah visit us in the home.




“This has really made my day.”

Home manager, Tia Wozniak, added: “We were so proud to welcome Lioness Hannah Hampton to our home.


“This is what Four Acres is all about, creating special moments for residents and team members.

“Thank you to Hannah and her parents for taking the time to visit us.

“The excitement of the visit was felt throughout the entire home, and it was a really special day for all of us.”

Visit runwoodhomes.co.uk/care-homes/care-homes-warkwickshire/four-acres-care-home for more on Four Acres.

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