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Tuesday, 23 January 2018
A gospel choir and visit from Father Christmas were among the attractions at a Christmas fair at a Shiplake care home.
Lashbrook House held the event on Saturday, November 25. There were stalls selling handmade goods, cakes and make-up, as well as offering massages, while a raffle and tombola was also held
Chef David Baker wore a Father Christmas costume for the party, while other staff dressed up as fairy princesses and elves in costumes donated by the Kenton Theatre in Henley.
There was a performance by Slough Gospel Choir and resident Joan Lewis also won a hamper donated by Waitrose in Twyford.
The event was raising funds for a sensory garden for residents.
Leisure and lifestyle coordinator Louise Light said: “Slough Gospel Choir raised the roof with their amazing voices.
“Everyone commented on how much they enjoyed the event.”
Pictured: Chef David Baker and leisure and lifestyle coordinator Louise Light dressed as Father Christmas and a fairy princess
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