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Christmas came early for elderly members of a Sunningdale community centre

Published: 11 Dec 2013 17:300 comments

OLDER residents were given an early Christmas treat when Sunningdale students laid on a party.

L-R Sally Lapworth, Pamela Donn and Mary Kean at Ascot District Day Centre

Members of the Ascot District Day Centre, which provides a centre for elderly residents of Ascot and the Sunnings to visit, were entertained by sixth students at Charters School.

The party, on Wednesday, December 4, had 25 members tucking into a traditional buffet while festive treats such as mince pies and mulled wine were also on offer.

The students also festooned the school’s sixth form common room with yuletide decorations to encourage everyone to get into the festive spirit.

members were also up on their feet dancing as a live band played them a selection of Christmas tunes.

Other wintry activities followed, including a Christmas drama piece, a quiz, bingo and a raffle.

After the conclusion of the party every member left with their own Christmas card and gift from Santa.

Zoe Dyer, assistant head for the school’s sixth form, said: “Many thanks to all who took part in yet another outstanding Christmas party for our senior citizens.”

A spokesperson for the school’s sixth form social committee, added: “We are always so pleased to welcome the senior citizens to Charters School.

“We would like to wish everyone a very happy Christmas and thank everyone who supported this event and made it such an enjoyable evening for all.”

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