Thank you very much for entertaining us so well on Friday afternoon when we celebrated my mother's 90th birthday. The songs you played were just what we wanted and as you could see, were thoroughly enjoyed by the guest of honour!
I received many complimentary comments from guests at the party regarding the entertainment you provided , and even from hotel staff who had been catering for us. I think they enjoyed the afternoon nearly as much as the rest of us!
Thank you once again for all your efforts, which were much enjoyed by a mix of guests whose ages ranged from 92 to 11 months.
90th Birthday Party – 30th December 2016
The residents and their families have asked me to send you a big thank you as they all had a great afternoon to celebrate Mothering Sunday a day early.
We look forward to seeing you again in June.
Montgomery activity therapist. Paxhill Care Home, Alton
5th March 2016
Many Thanks to Vic for a great night for Peggy’s 90th. Everyone loved it and Vic did a fantastic job, even dealing with various stage invaders who insisted on making up their own words and singing whatever song came into their heads! Sterling job Vic..
Vic has been coming to Brownscombe House for two years and playing music and singing to the residents. They enjoy his visit, and sing along. He is always punctual, and very polite to the residents and staff. He is a great asset to the well being of the residents, he manages to bring them out of their shell and respond to the music.
Sue Gumbrell, Manager, Brownscombe House care home, Hindhead (CHD Living)
All the residents here at The Beeches enjoy very much when Vic comes to entertain them, he sings all their favourite songs which they all sing along to and sometimes get up and have a dance.
Lisa Harrell – Activities and Events Co-ordinator, The Beeches Care Home, Leatherhead (Anchor)
Just to say thank you from all the Residents and Staff for a lovely VE Day afternoon it was great, everyone
said they enjoyed themselves and Peninah our manager said it was wonderful.
Laura – Ticehurst Care Home, Aldershot – May 2015