Christmas carols at Woodland House on 5 December

Christmas carols at Woodland House on 5 December

Scout Leader and Cornwall Care Flexicare Assistant, Lorna Garratt, has arranged for around 40 beavers, scouts and cubs to sing for the residents and staff at Woodlands.

The children will be singing Christmas carols for everyone to enjoy and sing along to. They will be singing all the old favourites so please feel free to join in. The event starts at 6.30pm on 5 December.

The history of singing Christmas carols goes back thousands of years and started in Europe. They began as pagan songs performed while people danced around a stone circle during Winter Solstice. Carols were sung for all four seasons but the tradition of singing carols during the Christmas seasons is the only tradition that remained. The word ‘carol’ stems from Latin and Middle English and means a song of joy, praise or dance.


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