Sam Beare Hospice patients treated to carols by St George's pupils

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Patients at Sam Beare Hospice enjoyed a performance of Christmas carols from a school choir.

Members of the senior and chamber choirs of St George’s Junior School visited the Weybridge hospice on December 5 to boost spirits in the run up to Christmas.

A number of popular Christmas songs and carols were performed to the audience, including Away in a Manager, Jingle Bells and Rudolf the Red Nose Reindeer.

Patients also joined in the singing.

Pupil Chloe Stevenson said: “The delight on their faces also lifted our spirits and we came away feeling we had made a difference to their festive celebrations.”

Sue Hooley, director of music at St George’s Junior School, said the day was a wonderful opportunity for the children to show off their voices to an audience.


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