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Singalong brings back memories for Kingsmills Care Home residents

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THERE were smiles all round when nursery pupils dropped into a care home for a singalong.

More than a dozen children from Inverness College UHI’s Early Learning and Childcare Centre visited the Kingsmills Care Home and met residents.

Home manager Carmen Delos Trinos said: “It’s always great when the children come to visit, you can see that all the residents are happy and it brings back memories from their childhood, especially when they start singing songs that they knew as kids. They wouldn’t normally sing ‘Heads, shoulders, knees and toes’ but it was fun for them to do so with the children.”

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