A HAMPSHIRE primary school brought joy to residents of a nearby retirement village with an afternoon of songs.

Nursling C of E Primary School's choir visited Grove Place, in Upton Lane, on Monday, December 4.

The children performed a range of tunes including Christmas and pop songs.

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Teacher Laura Tanner said: "Our school choir made up of 38 pupils from years one to six spent a wonderful afternoon with the residents of Grove Place Retirement Village. The children performed a range of Christmas songs which link with our school's Christian values. 

"It was wonderful to see the smiles on both the children and the residents' faces. This is the second time the choir has been invited to sing at Grove's Place and it's a wonderful opportunity for the children to sing within our local community.

"The children were then treated to hot chocolate with marshmallows and a gingerbread man."