Sing-along brings all ages together for good cause
Young and old joined together in song at the Brambles Care Home on Red Nose Day to raise money for a good cause.
The choir from Lady Joanna Thornhill primary school joined residents at the Wye home to perform Sing by the Carpenters.
The event was inspired by the National Activity Providers Association Sing a Song intergenerational challenge and Red Nose Day. The care home raised £131.
Senior carer Sharon Moss was said the residents were very happy to take part with the children.
She said: “Even days later the residents chatted about the day and all the fun they had.
“It was lovely to see some families and relatives joining in as well.”
Katie Conners, also a senior carer, said she was very happy with Brambles’ contribution, adding: “Red Nose Day is about lots of people coming together and changing lives and we can honestly say that we at Brambles have definitely contributed to that.”