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Norwich School Choir treated Hammerton Court to some early Christmas carols on 3 December

The event was organised by the 'Care and Share' Cognitive Stimulation Therapy (CST) Maintenance Group which meets at the specialist dementia unit in Norwich, on the first Wednesday of every month.

'Care and Share' is a joint venture between Norfolk Carers Support, Home Instead Senior Care and the Trust's Dementia Training Team.

The group offers support, advice, and companionship for carers, as well as CST-type activities, occasional speakers, therapists and the opportunity for private chats.

Hazel Haresign, project co-ordinator at Hammerton Court, said: "This is the second year running that Norwich School Choir has treated us to their wonderful carol singing and we all enjoyed it very much.

"The concert was for both carers and cared-for and many people came out from the wards to watch and join in. It was a great start to Christmas."

Norwich School is a co-educational, independent day school for pupils aged seven to 18, and one of the oldest schools in the UK.