Saffron Walden school treats Gabriel Court residents to Christmas carols

Puils of St Thomas More School visited residents and sang Christmas carols

Puils of St Thomas More School visited residents and sang Christmas carols - Credit: Joel Chant

Children from St Thomas More Primary School treated the residents of Gabriel Court to a Christmas celebration this week as they sang them a selection of their favourite Christmas carols.

Puils of St Thomas More School visited residents and sang Christmas carols

Puils of St Thomas More School visited residents and sang Christmas carols - Credit: Joel Chant

The Year 6 pupils, accompanied by their teachers, were in full voice as they performed in the homeowners lounge for the over 60s who live at the McCarthy & Stone development.

Puils of St Thomas More School visited residents and sang Christmas carols

Puils of St Thomas More School visited residents and sang Christmas carols - Credit: Joel Chant

Headteacher at St Thomas More, Mary Jo Hall, said: “We were delighted to be able to take the children over to Gabriel Court and spread a little festive cheer. The children really love singing – especially at Christmas – and we hope the residents enjoyed the performance.”

Julie Ward, regional sales and marketing director for McCarthy & Stone said: “One of the most important aspects of life at a McCarthy & Stone development is a sense of community. It is wonderful that children from the wider community have come into Gabriel Court and treated us to a delightful concert.

“The residents were so impressed and it’s great to see the different generations coming together to celebrate at this special time of year.”


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McCarthy & Stone’s Gabriel Court is a development of one and two-bedroom Retirement Living apartments exclusively for the over 60s. Prices start from £249,950.

For details call 01799 513328 or visit mccarthyandstone.co.uk.

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