Pupils set for carolling in Honiton

PUBLISHED: 11:40 08 December 2015

Christmas lights

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Stockland Primary School youngsters will perform a special carol service for owners and the local community at Holyshute Lodge, a collection of apartments designed exclusively for the over 60s.

With Christmas just weeks away, Churchill Retirement Living is inviting Honiton’s community to join its owners and local school children, to enjoy a carol concert at Holyshute Lodge, in Langford Road.

Pupils from Stockland Primary School will perform a special carol service for owners and the local community at Holyshute Lodge at 10.30am tomorrow (Wednesday, December 9).

Sarah Potter, regional marketing executive at Churchill Retirement Living, said: “It will be wonderful to see the generations come together to celebrate Christmas. It can be a difficult time for some people, but having events such as this helps to spread some Christmas cheer.

“I know that all the Owners at Holyshute Lodge will thoroughly enjoy hearing the pupils from Stockland Primary School sing, and join in with the carols themselves.”

The carol singing is just one of the festive events being held at Holyshute Lodge in the run up to Christmas.

Holyshute Lodge is a collection of apartments designed exclusively for the over 60s, just a short distance from public transport links, shops and all the local amenities on offer in Honiton.

To find out more, call 01404 808 684 or check out www.churchillretirement.co.uk


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