RESIDENTS from Heron House nursing and residential home in March had a “thoroughly enjoyable time” when they were entertained by GCSE students at the nearby Neale-Wade Community College.
The Year 10 students had laid on music in the form of a band and afternoon tea with a host of savoury and sweet buffet food.
At the end of the afternoon one of the residents stood up and thanked the students on everyone’s behalf and said how nice it was to see young and old getting together and having such a nice time.
The students hosted afternoon tea for residents on four days as part of their exam work.
A spokesperson at the Coronation Close home said the school hosted a similar event last year.
She said the residents “thoroughly enjoyed themselves.”
Family members were also invited along.