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By Carl Jackson Friday 21 December 2012 Updated: 21/12 09:19
THOUGHTFUL Droitwich youngsters have given elderly residents at a town care home a Christmas to remember after performing a carol service.
The two to four-year-olds from Bright Eyes Montessori Day Nursery on Old Church Road, sang a mix of modern and traditional carols for residents at Westmead Care Home on Wednesday (December 19).
Home manager Sue Stokes said: “Our residents absolutely love to hear the sound of children singing Christmas carols.
“It brings back fond memories of a time when they were young parents and enjoyed hearing their own children – and of
course their grandchildren - singing carols around the Christmas tree.”
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