A charity from Bath is hoping to bring generations together across the country to commemorate World War One.
The Golden-Oldies charity - which counts Sir Cliff Richard as its patron - has helped thousands of elderly people overcome loneliness and isolation through music and song.
Now they are taking their mission into primary schools, as Eli-Louise Wringe reports.
A Bath charity is bringing generations together to commemorate World War I. Golden Oldies has helped thousands of elderly people overcome loneliness through music and song.
This year they're teaching famous wartime songs to primary school children across the country.
The Golden Oldies charity has announced plans to expand its work over the next year.The charity which runs singing sessions for older people began in Bath and now operates across the West country and South Wales.
It's planning more sessions in Bristol, Somerset, Gloucestershire and Wiltshire. Today is UK Older People's Day.
Grenville Jones talks about his dreams for the charity he founded. Golden Oldies was set up in Bath five years ago using music to brighten the lives of older people. It's now expanded across the west and has been shortlisted for a National Lottery award for its work with schools.
To vote for the Jubilee Time after Time Project, click here
A Bristol charity that uses music to brighten lives has been shortlisted for a National Lottery Award. More than 80 disabled and older people regularly attend "Golden Oldies" at Withywood Community Centre. Here they are dancing to "Hi ho Silver Lining" with some visiting schoolchildren.
This is one of many sessions across the West that offer singing, activities and the chance to get to know one another. The Jubilee Time after Time project, part of the charity's work with schools, has been nominated in the Education category. To vote click here