A care home has hosted its own music festival.

Deanwood Bupa Care Home in Warren Road, Woodingdean, Brighton, welcomed the community to its Bupa Fest event earlier this month.

Live entertainment was arranged with music artists such as jazz singer Michael Lack performing for residents.

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Attendees also enjoyed a Woodstock documentary and took part in mini games and a quiz.

The music festival brought up old memories for residents in the care home (Image: Bupa)

Staff and residents dressed up in music festival attire for the occasion with funky glasses and flower garlands.

One resident, 82-year old Barbara Sumner, said: "It was a fantastic day.

"I loved the music, and it was great fun to have a dance and a singalong."

Residents dressed up in music festival attire with flower garlands (Image: Bupa)

Home manager Raymond Arnold said: "We were delighted to welcome the local community, friends and families to join in our Bupa Fest event. It was a joyful day for all involved."

"We’ve made lots of new memories and hopefully brought up some old, fond ones for our residents, reminiscing on their festival-going days.

"It’s our ambition to create events which foster a fun and engaging environment for our residents and after the success of Bupa Fest, we’re looking forward to hosting further activities in the coming months."