Combined Care Homes Choir rings in the festive cheer
PUBLISHED: 09:10 06 December 2018 | UPDATED: 09:10 06 December 2018
A choir which helps care home residents in Woodbridge to sing and perform has got together to perform a range of festive favourites.
The Combined Care Homes Choir brings together residents, relatives, friends and staff from the Seckford Almshouses, Jubilee House and Grove Court.
O Little Town of Bethlehem, In The Bleak Midwinter and Let It Snow were among the hits being performed at the Woodbridge Methodist Church.
The choir started up in February this year and is funded by Comic Relief. It gives people the chance to share an interest with people who may be experiencing situations similar to their own.
As well as songs the programme also included readings by residents and staff which included T’was the Night Before Christmas, The Puppies Christmas and A.A. Milne’s King John’s Christmas
Sarah Kopferschmitt, head of care at Seckford Care said: “We are proud to work in collaboration with Grove Court on the Woodbridge Combined Care Homes Choir.
“The Choir has given residents of care homes around Woodbridge the opportunity to indulge their interest in singing in an open and friendly setting with other like-minded people.”