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Lively Spring Concert

Bridgemead was very privileged to welcome  Bath All Comers Orchestra on a beautiful sunny evening. They performed a lively selection of music from Handel to a Polka for our residents and staff.

David Sibley the conductor said: “This is the fourth time we have played here and the orchestra look forward to coming. We can’t have the whole orchestra, as we number 55, but we have a good selection here tonight.”

Iris Stanton, a resident said: ” It was beautiful, we are very lucky to have them.”

Peter Bazire, aged 87, has played the violin for 6 years with Bath All Comers Orchestra and prior to that for 45 years with Bath Symphony Orchestra. He learned to play the trumpet in a Japanese Prisenor of War camp as a young man.

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It was a lovely evening and Bridgemead were delighted to have the orchestra play for all the residents.

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Widcombe Acorns return

Bridgemead residents and day club members were delighted to welcome back Widcombe Acorns pupils after the Easter break. The 3 and 4 year olds enjoyed playing the old favourites, ‘Heads, Shoulders, Knees and Toes’, ‘Grand Old Duke of York’,  ‘Bouncing Teddy’ and ‘Feather Tickling’ with the residents. Bridgemead is so grateful to Dena Moore for taking her mini-bus license so that the children can come and visit. She said ‘It is nice for the kids to get out,’ and it was so lovely for us to see their enthusiasm and enjoy their laughter. We look forward to their next visit!

                       

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