Ilsom House care home in Tetbury was alive with the sound of music as Residents enjoyed a performance from musical therapy entertainers, Kiddley Divey.
The entertainers, who host stimulating and engaging music sessions to help promote wellbeing amongst the older community, visit Ilsom House on a regular basis and provide a popular activity for Residents at the home.
Residents enjoyed singing along to music from the 1950s and 1960s, with many showing off their musical talents as they played the tambourine, musical bells and even the drums.
The activity was a great success, with drums being the most popular percussion instrument for Residents to enjoy.
Resident Ann commented on how well she played the drums and that, with her newfound passion for percussion, she would like to have a go at playing them again soon.