Frank swings into song

Frank Carroll singsA Radio Clatterbridge presenter has brightened the day of a group of older people after swinging into song for them.

Our very own Coffee Club crooner Frank Carroll spent an hour and a half sharing some of his favourites during a special afternoon tea event.

Frank treated the residents at Manor House in Bromborough to a series of songs from the 1940s to the 1960s.

He was warmly applauded before the room was treated to an array of sandwiches and cakes.

Frank's audience

Frank then tried his luck at the raffle, hot on the success of his win at the recent volunteers' lunch.

He didn't win this time, but assures us he has already drunk the winnings from his previous attempt.


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