Golden-Oldies Sing For Life
Members of Bath’s Golden-Oldies charity paid us a visit today, using their voices and infectious enthusiasm to brighten traders’ and shoppers’ days.
The Goldies (as they like to be called) were delighted to be supported by The Mayor of Bath, Councillor Colin Barrett, who along with the charity’s founder Grenville Jones, led traders and members of the public in a rousing, fun-packed round of songs.
The Market’s magnificent central dome was soon ringing to the sound of classic sing-along numbers.
About The Golden-Oldies
The Golden-Oldies Charity has a simple ethos, that is to promote and sustain independence in the growing elderly population and to give people, some who may be lonely and vulnerable, events and social occasions to look forward to.
The fun daytime singing sessions bring together people and promote social cohesion. Golden-Oldies offers a platform to educate and inform those people who attend the sessions and their families about all aspects of a healthy lifestyle, nutritional guidance and how life can be lived to the full, whatever your age!
If you would like to find out more about Golden-Oldies, join them or offer them some support, please visit them at the Golden-Oldies website.