Lucy Gill, owner of the Altrincham-based at-home care company Home Instead Senior Care, teamed up with the 'Vibrant Voices Choir' to create the 'We Wish you a Merry Christmas' tree for the Community Christmas Tree Festival at St Albans Church Broadheath.
Members of the Vibrant Voices chose their favorite Christmas song and personalised a musical note with their name and song choice, which was then hung as a decoration upon the tree
Commenting, Lucy said, 'Creating this tree was a great way to engage with and promote the Vibrant Voices Choir, we all had fun reminiscing and singing our favorite Christmas songs.'
The festival took place from Friday 2nd to Sunday 4th the festival was also used to raise funds for St Anne's Hospice.
Vibrant Voices Choir, offers people with Dementia and Parkinson's disease, as well as Stroke survivors and their friends and carer's a chance to sing and socialise with people in similar situations.
The choir meets every Wednesday at 2.00pm, when tea/coffee and cakes are served. There are people to talk to and members of the Alzheimer's society on-hand to offer their advice and support. Singing starts 3pm and is a fun hour-long session led by Clare Morel.
Vibrant Voices meet at The Cinnamon Club, The Bowdon Rooms, The Firs Bowdon WA14 2TQ. For more information, please call: 0161 926 8992.