Christmas lunch and carols at Sudbury care home

PUBLISHED: 10:34 16 December 2014 | UPDATED: 10:34 16 December 2014

Pupils from St Joseph's School sing Christmas Carols at The Red House Residential Home in Sudbury.

Pupils from St Joseph's School sing Christmas Carols at The Red House Residential Home in Sudbury.


Residents at a care home in Sudbury were treated to Christmas meal and a carol concert yesterday.

The residents of The Red House Residential Home were joined by the Mayor Robert Spivey and pupils from St Joseph’s Catholic Primary School.

Carol Vaughan is the manager at the home. She said: “They absolutely loved it and really enjoyed the singing. It is a tradition we have been doing for years.

“One of our residents is 100 and she went to St Joseph’s. When she told them they couldn’t believe she was 100.”


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