By Audlem Webteam - 13th December 2006 7:48am
Residents, relatives and staff at Corbrook Court, near Audlem, were treated to a special festive performance by members of the Newcastle Male Voice Choir.
Andrea Heath, Nurse Manager at Corbrook Court, owned and run by Morris Care, highlighted the value of music for elderly people: "Live music has been proven to greatly improve the quality of life for residents, by not only entertaining but also acting as a form of therapy. We would like to thank the Newcastle Male Voice Choir for a wonderful show and look forward to welcoming them back in the New Year."
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