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Harvest gifts for Kenwyn residents

Residents of Kenwyn Care Home in Truro enjoyed a real harvest treat when they were entertained by children from Truro High School Nursery.

Ten boys and girls, aged between three and four years old, were there to present a hamper full of harvest goodies they had collected for the elderly people and to sing two of the songs they had performed at the school’s Harvest Festival. The first of these was called Big Red Combine Harvester and the second Under the Harvest Moon. Both were accompanied by actions.

Head of Nursery Tracey Kemp explained that the children had been making soup and bread as part of learning the importance of the harvest.

“They’ve had a great time cooking and have also loved getting these gifts together,” she told the audience. “They’re always delighted to come here and we’re looking forward to coming back again to sing carols at Christmas.”

The young visitors were warmly thanked for all their efforts.

“You sing very well and we love seeing you,” said Robbie, Chairman of the Residents’ Association. “You always brighten up our day.”


Published by: Darren Stevens

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