Residents and team members at a Sanctuary Care home in Bromsgrove wowed the audience with a beautiful performance in honour of a much loved colleague who has sadly passed away.
On Wednesday 20 December, ‘Emma’s Choir’ took centre stage as they proudly performed at Breme Residential Care Home on Providence Road for their residents, families, friends and members of the local community in memory of Emma Phillips.
Kind, loving, with the best sense of humour
Before the choir began, Emma’s friend and colleague Helen Barron said: “Emma and I had tried to set this choir up last year but sadly, we ran out of time, so in her honour and respect to her memory, we are now ‘Emma’s Choir’ and this is for her.”
Emma who worked at Breme as a care assistant passed away in February at only 49-years-old. Emma was described as having the kindest heart with all of the residents, with staff thinking very highly of her.
Emma’s daughter Kerry still works at Breme also as a care assistant.
Helen added: “Emma was totally amazing, there are really no words to describe her but to say she was kind, loving, giving and had the best sense of humour you could ever imagine, doesn’t even come close.”