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Pauline Wade and Lilly Cane meet Elvis with Roy Botham and staff members Emma Green, Gemma Booth, Banafsheh Golchin, Sam Humphreys and Lesley Cantwell EMN-151027-100836001
Pauline Wade and Lilly Cane meet Elvis with Roy Botham and staff members Emma Green, Gemma Booth, Banafsheh Golchin, Sam Humphreys and Lesley Cantwell EMN-151027-100836001

Residents at Manton Hall care home received a very special visit as part of their swinging 60s bash.

An Elvis Presley impersonator surprised the residents at their party - entertaining them with some of the greatest songs of all time.

Activities co-ordinator, Gemma Booth said: “It went really well. We all had a great time. Some of the residents even got up to have a dance with Elvis - he was a real hit amongst us all.”

An organist also entertained residents on the day with some great 60s songs and staff members got into the swing of things and dressed up in their best 60s gear.

Pictured above are residents Pauline Wade and Lilly Cane meeting the Elvis impersonator with Roy Botham and staff members Emma Green, Gemma Booth, Banafsheh Golchin, Sam Humphreys and Lesley Cantwell.

Photo courtesy of Alan Walters.



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