SCHOOLCHILDREN were in good voice during a concert for people who have suffered a stroke.
Choirs and musicians from Reddiford School in Cecil Park, Pinner, and Sacred Heart Language College in High Street, Harrow Weald, sang and performed for members of Harrow and District Stroke Club on Wednesday last week.
After the show, the pupils mixed with their audience to exchange stories and learn about the impact of strokes.
Caroline Edwards, voluntary organiser of the stroke club, said: “The concert was held to promote the Stroke Awareness Month of May.
“I gave out literature and told the children about the FAST (Face, Arms, Speech, Time) campaign to spot the symptoms of a stroke.
“What was nice was the schools dipped into a repertoire of songs from the past for the older members so they could sing along.”
The concert took place during one of the club’s meetings for stroke survivors and their carers, which are held on the first and third Wednesdays of the month, from 1pm to 3pm at Pinner Methodist Church in Love Lane, Pinner.
Each session costs £5 and enables visitors to socialise, make friends, and take part in games and other entertainment that are beneficial to rehabilitation.
Anyone wishing to donate to the club or ask about membership can email Mrs Edwards at email@example.com.