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MOTOWN SHOW AT GREENHILL

03 April 2017

In early March, Greenhill hosted a fantastic Motown Show, The Diana Ross and Lionel Richie Show, put on by Healthy Happy Music Production.

The performer sang a variety of Motown songs, which our residents recognised and thoroughly enjoyed, such as Upside Down by Diana Ross and Lionel Richie’s classic hit Hello.

Most residents and their relatives came along to join in the fun. “The afternoon went very well, and it was great to see so many families all join together”, commented Sheila Acorin, Activities Carer. “With special thanks to our friend Linda Washington, our hairdresser Sandra and all of the relatives who danced along with the residents making the event even more fun!”

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