Picture (left to right) – Sarah Goode from Transforming Plymouth Together, The Lord Mayor of Plymouth Mr Mark Shayer, The Bishop of Plymouth, Chris Forster from Transforming Plymouth Together, Deputy Lieutenant Steve Pearce QPM, The High Sheriff of Devon The Right Reverend Nicolas McKinnel, Beth Pavelle and John Williams from Transforming Plymouth Together.
On Tuesday, 19th December, a very special relaxed carol service was held at Saint Paul’s Church in Durnford Street, Stonehouse Plymouth. The service welcomed all and was particularly suitable for people with dementia, memory loss or sensory difficulties. Deputy Lieutenant Steve Pearce QPM was in attendance, along with the Lord Mayor of Plymouth, the Bishop of Plymouth, and The Right Reverend Nicholas McKinnel, The High Sheriff of Devon.
The team from Transforming Plymouth Together and representatives for the dementia charities in Devon took part in the service led by The Bishop of Plymouth, The Right Reverend James Grier and Chris Forster, who received a High Sheriff award for services in the community.