RESIDENTS at Nether Edge care home Grange Crescent will be sharing their best moves as they limber up for a spot of fundraising for MacMillan Cancer Support.
The home – part of the ten operated throughout the city by not for profit organisation Sheffcare – holds regular music and movement sessions for residents.
And on September 26 they will be adding an extra dimension to their exercise as they raise money for MacMillan.
“We did something similar last year and everybody was delighted when we raised £270,” said Grange Crescent activity worker Clare Cave.
“This year we’ll have almost 30 residents taking part in some gentle music and movement.
“Everybody has a great time and it’s actually more fun than holding a coffee morning.
“And even though Sheffcare is itself a charity, our residents are very happy to do something for a great cause like MacMillan.”