Larchwood’s Cranford in Aberdeen was delighted to welcome local school children into the home last Wednesday, 10th December.
Spreading Christmas cheer amongst the residents and staff, the children from Banchory – Devenick primary entertained their audience with a programme of Christmas songs.
From ages 5 to 11 wearing tinsel and santa hats the children used the Cranford audience as a rehearsal for their nativity play to be performed at school next week.
The concert was much appreciated by the residents who received gifts of flowers and chocolates from the pupils.
In preparation for the visit, the homes’ housekeeper had made cupcakes for the children and they also enjoyed a well-earned juice and biscuits after their performance.
Home Manager Carol Mainland said “It was so lovely that the children took the time to come and see us. The residents were thrilled to see the whole school arrive on a double decker bus. For some of the children it was their first time in a care home but they seemed very happy to be here and we were delighted to have them sing for us. We’re looking forward to another visit from the children, before next Christmas we hope as they have promised to come and see us again.”
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