Senior citizens from Bourne braved some the cold winter weather on Wednesday to enjoy a Valentine’s afternoon tea party at Bourne Abbey church hall.
The afternoon was arranged by the Evergreen Care Trust and Dementia Support South Lincs.
Guests enjoyed a programme of musical entertainment throughout the afternoon played by the Bourne Grammar School string orchestra led by conductor Chris Rogers.
Pieces included a folk quintet entitled the Fairy Song, Bring Him Home from Les Miserables, played with emotional depth by the full orchestra, and solos pieces on violin, and cello.
Tea and coffee, sandwiches and cake were provided.
The Evergreen Care Trust is a local charity covering Stamford, Bourne and the surrounding villages that is committed to helping and serving senior citizens.
The Trust now has more than 200 volunteers and staff serving over five hundred clients every week.
If you know of anyone who would benefit from any of the trust’s services: home support, advocacy, befriending or hospital to home, call 01780 765900 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Dementia Support South Lincs supports people living with all types of dementia and their families in the Deepings, Stamford and Bourne area.
It campaigns to raise awareness and understanding of dementia, and runs support groups where families can share experiences and provide mutual support.
To get support from Dementia Support South Lincs call 01778 440153.
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Weather for Stamford
Saturday 18 May 2013
Temperature: 7 C to 14 C
Wind Speed: 16 mph
Wind direction: West
Temperature: 8 C to 17 C
Wind Speed: 13 mph
Wind direction: North east