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Penny 101st birthday

Birthday Cake was top of the menu at Abbeyfield (Stonehill House) in Churchway last week, when Sinya Cooper (Penny to her friends) celebrated her 101st Birthday.

The special day was 22nd January.

Penny went out to lunch with her son Richard (pictured) to the Twist@The Green Dragon and then celebrated with her fellow residents with a birthday tea & cake.

She then enjoyed a further celebration at the weekend with her daughter Ros and the rest of her family, including her great granddaughter who is one last Tuesday!

Penny has lived at the house since 2005. Our warmest congratulations to her.

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