SPECIALIST nurses who work with people with dementia will receive training thanks to a Woodstock care home.

Spencer Court Care Home raised more than £230 with its 'Time for a Cuppa' afternoon tea, which will pay for two Admiral Nurses to be trained.

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The specialist role supports people with dementia and their families, who were also invited to the event at The Orders of St John Care Trust (OSJCT) home.

Two of the company's Admiral Nurses, Angie Williams and Rose Elliot, also attended.

Home manager, Anna Odeyemi, said: "Living with dementia is a different experience for everyone and OSJCT’s Admiral Nurses do such important work in supporting families."