Residents at a Barrhead care home were treated to a toe-tapping performance by a group of talented musicians.

The Salvation Army’s Paisley Corps Fellowship Band headed along to Norwood Nursing Home, in Victoria Road, and brightened up a wet afternoon.

They played a variety of hymns and some up tempo number as the audience made themselves heard by singing along.

Charles Cameron, aged 91, enjoyed interacting with the band and asking questions.

He said: “Thank you for coming, you’ve made our day.”

The care home had asked for volunteers to come and help by accompanying each and every resident along to hear the music. Their support and the performance by the band was greatly appreciated by staff.

Annemarie Mcewan, Norwood’s activity coordinator, said: “We are ever so grateful to each and every band member for giving their time to entertain us and the music went down a treat.

“It made the residents so happy and some of the hymns were really quite emotional.”