Church members lead services in Alfreton's The Meadows care home

Residents of an Alfreton care home are taking a trip down Melody Lane - thanks to local churchgoers.

Thursday, 8th November 2018, 9:06 am
Updated Thursday, 8th November 2018, 9:09 am
Roy Moseley, a resident at The Meadows care home, Alfreton, who is also a member of Alfreton Wesley Methodist Church is pictured with Eileen Falconbridge (left) and Dorothy Sankey.

Each month, members of Alfreton Wesley church visit The Meadows home - and residents are invited to choose their own favourite hymns.

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A team of church members lead the services, which also include a message, readings and prayers.

A church member said: “Since the services began, the number of residents attending the services has increased. The residents especially enjoy singing the old familiar hymns - many of them recalling days when they were young.”

Roy Moseley, a resident at The Meadows who is also a church member, is pictured with Eileen Falconbridge (left) and Dorothy Sankey.