Titchfield pupils sing carols at care home

Resident Cynthia Leyland joins in the singing with (l-r) Oscar Carver, Isla Cochran, Theo Bell and Amelia Hardman. Picture: Ian Hargreaves (143465-3)
Resident Cynthia Leyland joins in the singing with (l-r) Oscar Carver, Isla Cochran, Theo Bell and Amelia Hardman. Picture: Ian Hargreaves (143465-3)
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PUPILS sang their hearts out to residents in a care home.

Children in reception from Titchfield Primary School visited Hunters Lodge Care Home to sing Christmas carols.

Residents of the care home sat back and relaxed as the children sang a number of popular songs.

Laura Price, from the care home in Kiln Road, said: ‘The residents really loved seeing the children sing.

‘They sang some carols for around an hour which was nice.

‘We often have young children in to sing to the residents.’