A visit from Middlesbrough FC players inspired a care home resident with vascular dementia to play the organ, after having lost memory of how to play.
89-year-old former nun Sister Mary Major saw the electronic organ and instinctively sat down to entertain the VIPs in a miraculous feat of recall.
Having previously though she'd lost all memory of how to play the organ, she played a tune from her time in the religious congregation, all without sheet music.
One the Boro’s players, striker Patrick Bamford was so stirred by her playing he decided to have a go himself – to the residents, staff and his team mates’ surprise.
Sister Mary said: “I was impressed. I thought he did very well.”
Joining Patrick Bamford from the club was Lewis Baker, Grant Leadbitter, Jonny Howson and Ryan Shotton, alongside members of the Middlesbrough FC National Citizenship Service (NCS).
They visited the home to officially open a new salon and pamper room for the residents.