The Crossing Church held an afternoon of singing and music for patients and carers of dementia

'A wonderful afternoon' of singing and music for people living with dementia in Worksop - IN PICTURES

People affected by dementia were invited to The Crossing in Worksop for an afternoon of singing and music.

Jean Roberts said: "It was a wonderful, happy afternoon with a much better response than I ever dreamt of.
"There were 60 people affected by dementia in one way or another including carers and relatives.
"There were representatives from nearly all the Care homes in Worksop plus others."
The pair leading the singing were Denise and Roger Marsden known locally as Nostalgia.
Jean added: "Everyone joined in the singing.
"And this event could not have taken place without the many willing volunteers."
The next session will be on Wednesday, October 2, at 2.15pm.

The Crossing Church held an afternoon of singing and music for patients and carers of dementia
The Crossing Church held an afternoon of singing and music for patients and carers of dementia
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The Crossing Church held an afternoon of singing and music for patients and carers of dementia
The Crossing Church held an afternoon of singing and music for patients and carers of dementia
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The Crossing Church held an afternoon of singing and music for patients and carers of dementia
The Crossing Church held an afternoon of singing and music for patients and carers of dementia
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The Crossing Church held an afternoon of singing and music for patients and carers of dementia
The Crossing Church held an afternoon of singing and music for patients and carers of dementia
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