The music fraternity at King’s School Rochester is always eager to give back to the community. Our Music Partnerships’ pupils paid a visit to the residents of Wisdom Hospice to wish them a Merry Christmas.  It was wonderful to be there and we are grateful to Markham and Susan Chesterfield for helping arrange the visit, and to Fr. Padfield for his moral support.

They also dropped in on the residents of the French Hospital at La Providence. The pupils enjoyed singing carols and the residents joined in as they knew most of the verses too!

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