Live musical performances at Arran View Bupa Care Home

Residents at Arran View Bupa Care Home in Ayrshire has enjoyed a series of live musical performances from members of the community recently.

During lockdown, the staff and residents at Arran View have been working hard to keep spirits up, and making sure they followed social distancing procedure, they enjoyed live music from local singers and pipers.

To celebrate VE Day, local singer James Stirrat performed for the home, whilst the residents enjoyed afternoon tea to mark the occasion.

This performance was matched by one from Ciaran Sinclair, known as The Ayrshire Piper, who played outside to staff and residents whilst they danced in the garden and opened their windows to listen.

Completing the trio of events, Alan Anderson, another traditional local piper played for the home as the residents sampled some Scottish shortbread, whisky and sherry.

Speaking about the events, Carol Barr, General Manager said:

“It’s great to be able to lift spirits like this during lockdown. Everyone at the home really enjoyed the celebrations, and it’s amazing to enjoy live music from members of the community.”

One resident commented:

“It was a brilliant experience being able to listen to live music. Everyone at the home felt uplifted by the performances.”

Arran View Bupa Care Home is purpose-built and welcomes anyone in need of nursing or residential care. Residents are offered a full programme of regular and seasonal activities, as well as 24-hour access to highly trained medical and care staff.

Last Updated on 16th June 2020 by Shanice