A Sanctuary Care home in Plymouth enjoyed the sound of music when young children dropped by to perform.
Young pupils from The Erme Primary School visited Ivydene Residential and Nursing Home to perform spring-time songs, for the residents and the team to enjoy.
Pupils put on a wonderful performance
Residents, who were joined by loved ones and friends, sat back and relaxed while the youngsters, aged between seven and 11, sang their hearts out.
Ivydene resident, Margaret Candy, said: “The children were magnificent – they put on a wonderful performance. The singing really took me back. I found the whole thing lovely.”
Can’t wait for the next sing-along visit
The Sanctuary Care home’s activities leader Laura Charters added: “The young pupils were fantastic; they sung beautifully and made a huge effort. The residents in particular really enjoyed the performance – their faces lit up when they arrived and everyone was toe-tapping throughout.
“Thank you to The Erme Primary School for popping by and showing a huge level of enthusiasm, the team and residents really appreciate it and we can’t wait for the next visit!”
About Ivydene Residential and Nursing Home
Located in the historic mill town of Ivybridge, Ivydene is an attractive home set in wonderful surrounds. The highly trained and dedicate team provide residential, nursing, dementia and respite care to residents.