Mr Spoerer took 10 children from the Ecclesbourne Choir along to Clarendon care home in Whitehorse Rd. They performed a medley of World War One songs and a few of the other classics that they have learnt. One of the highlights was having the choir members themselves teaching the elderly residents an old music hall song, 'The copper coffee pot,' and singing it with them at the end of the show. The children were fascinated to meet a lady who is 105 years old and to chat with the other residents. The performance went very well and the residents have asked for a further visit at Christmas. Well done to all the children and thank you to Mr Spoerer and Mrs Kellett for taking the children on this trip.