Fun for old and young at Waterlooville party

TIME FOR TEA Junior PCSOs serve tea and cake to the residents at Patrick Howard Dobson house in Waterlooville as part of their junior PCSO scheme
TIME FOR TEA Junior PCSOs serve tea and cake to the residents at Patrick Howard Dobson house in Waterlooville as part of their junior PCSO scheme
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THERE was a 90-year age gap between some of them.

But the generation gap did not matter a jot as elderly people and youngsters bonded and had a jolly time at a tea and cake party.

Year 6 pupils from Woodcroft Primary School, in Waterlooville, took time out to serve tea to residents at Patrick Howard Dobson Court, in Coleridge Gardens, Waterlooville.

Among the guests was John Andrews, who was celebrating his 100th birthday.

The day was part of the Junior PCSO scheme that is being run with Waterlooville police.

The youngsters have done other activities, including a litter pick and visits to the police station.

PCSO Lynda Potter, who has helped organise the initiative, said: ‘The children loved it.

‘The residents talked about their memories from when they were younger and asked them about school.

‘They got on really well.’

The children also sang Happy Birthday to Mr Andrews.