The village community came together to sing for those at Chorleywood Beaumont care home for a charming carol service in the centre’s garden.
Led by the students of the Russel School and Christ Church school, the singers and young musicians performed several well-known Christmas classics, following an invitation from staff and residents from the Barchester-run care home.
This was followed by a feast of Christmas treats prepared by chefs Callum and Malcolm, such as mince pies, mulled wine and hot chocolate to keep everyone warm.
General Manager, Nick Wrapson said: “We are so lucky to have such a fantastic community here at Chorleywood. Singing Christmas carols is such a lovely tradition, I’m so glad we could invite our friends and neighbours to come and join in with us in the garden.”
Hilary Gullet resident at Chorleywood remarked: “I love to sing Christmas carols so it was wonderful to hear all my old favourites sung so beautifully by the children, there really is nothing better than a good old singalong!”