Clarendon care home Residents test their karaoke skillsOn Thursday 7th April, at Humberston’s residential and nursing care home, Clarendon Hall, Residents had a party which meant the karaoke machine had to come out.

Wellbeing coordinator, Hayley Sandison organised the magnificent occasion which saw smiles all around. Everyone involved, including Residents Nancy Connor, Jean Lennox, Mary Barratt, Jessie Nalder and Pat Sumpter (all pictured), enjoyed themselves throughout the morning and had a go at a singsong. 

These particular activities are great for getting everyone together and socialising, while having a great deal of fun!

Colleagues also organised a delicious afternoon tea, which also went down well.

Nancy commented, “I thoroughly enjoyed myself at the concert!”

Nicola Walker, Home Manager, remarked, “It was lovely to see everyone enjoying themselves!”

Please note all infection prevention control was followed as part of the activity. 
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