Scouts bring festive cheer to Nottingham care home

23 December 2016

Scouts with residents from Holme Lodge Scouts brought festive cheer to residents and staff at a Nottingham care home with a Christmas carol service.

The group of cubs sang carols to entertain residents and staff at the Holme Lodge care home in West Bridgford, run by the charity Leonard Cheshire Disability, on Thursday 15 December 2016.

Their performance followed a panto of ‘Oliver’ performed by the Northeast Producers.

Scouts groups nationwide will be visiting disabled residents at Leonard Cheshire Disability’s care services in the lead up to Christmas to participate in carol singing.

The series of events mark the ‘A Million Hands’ partnership between The Scouts Association and six charities, including Leonard Cheshire Disability. 

The partnership aims to support half a million young people in Scouting to take meaningful social action on issues chosen by them, and to build lasting ties between groups in local communities.

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