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The residents of Park House Care Home had a melodious start to their weekend, thanks to the toe-tapping tunes of the Hucknall Ukulele Group (HUG). The group, known for their vibrant performances and infectious energy, brought smiles and music to the hearts of everyone at the care home.

HUG’s crew, comprised of talented ukulele players from the local community, filled the air of Park House with the sweet sounds of strumming and singing. Their repertoire ranged from classic oldies to contemporary hits, ensuring there was a tune for every ear.

“Their music brought back so many wonderful memories,” said Sarah, the home’s activity coordinator. “It was like a breath of fresh air, taking us back to the good old days.”

The event was more than just a concert; it was an interactive experience. The HUG members encouraged the residents to sing along and dance.

“Our goal is to spread joy through music, and seeing the residents light up makes every performance special,” adds Sarah.

The visit from the Hucknall Ukulele Group is part of Park House Care Home’s initiative to engage residents with diverse and enriching activities. Events like these contribute significantly to the emotional and mental well-being of the residents.

As the melodies faded and the group said their goodbyes, the residents were already looking forward to their planned return early next month.

The Hucknall Ukulele Group’s visit to Park House Care Home was not just a musical event but a celebration of life, community, and the joy that comes from shared experiences. For more information on future events at Park House, residents and their families are encouraged to reach out to the home’s administration.