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amersley Aged care Home in Subiaco received a special visit from Leighton’s resident choir the week before Christmas to sing carols and spread good holiday cheer.
A large crowd of residents gathered at the home to listen to classics such as ‘Silent Night’, ‘Away in a Manger’ and a special Aussie rendition of ‘Jingle Bells’ - to help remind them of special times with loved ones, friends and family.
Resident’s families were also welcomed to enjoy the show which lasted for approximately 45 minutes and had everyone singing along to the classic Christmas tunes.
The choir is a much loved social outlet for residents at Leighton Aged Care Home in West Perth who gather together on a regular basis to sing, stay active and take part in musical performances throughout the year.