Children perform for India day at care home

Salisbury Journal: Children perform for India day at care home Children perform for India day at care home

DAZZLING Indian dancing was performed for residents at a Salisbury care home, by a group of children from the city.

The youngsters, aged between three and 14, performed a variety of dances at Colten Care's Braemar Lodge, in Stratford Road, while wearing traditional dress.

Bincy George, a nurse at the home, also runs the Salisbury Malayalee Supplementary School and arranged the entertainment.

It was the finale to a whole day celebrating India during which residents ate curries and staff wore saris.

Mrs George said: “The Salisbury Malayalee Supplementary School teaches those from south India about their culture, including language and dance.

“We brought 20 children along with their parents and siblings to perform for the residents, who absolutely loved it.

“They didn’t just perform dances from southern India, but from all over the country. The residents enjoyed it very much and want the children to come back.”


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