Youngsters from Hunstanton’s Glebe House School visited Gorselands Care Home on Friday morning to entertain the residents with Christmas carols and songs.
Deputy care manager Terenia Skevington said: “Children from Glebe have been coming at Christmas time for many years and our residents really look forward to their visit.”
During the morning a medley of carols and songs were performed with a particularly beautiful solo from Ruby Turner-Smith.
Joining in the singing and enjoying a sherry and mince pie, the oldest of the home’s 20 residents, Christina Perry, 98, who was wearing her pearls for the event said: “I love all the Christmas carols and I especially like Little Donkey.”
Picture: ELAINE BIRD. townandaround.net