Residents and staff at care home recreate iconic album covers
This is easily our favourite story of the year, it's incredible! Both staff and residents at a North London care home have recreated some of the most iconic album covers during the coronavirus pandemic. You've got to see this to believe it!
The restrictions that have been place upon the country have really taken it's toll. Some are out on the front line keep things moving forward, others confined to working from home and then we have our elderly, who are doing what they can to stay active and occupied in their homes and some, their care homes - and these lot have smashed it.
Like for many care homes, The Sydmar Lodge in North London, has been on lockdown for the last four months, but they are not letting that ruin their spirit...and they're not only keeping each other entertained, but the reaction to these pics has been HUGE!
The entertainment manager at the nursing home, Robert Speker, took to Twitter to post his incredible images: "Sydmar Lodge Care Home residents and carers have been recreating classic album covers. The home has now been in lockdown for 4 months."
The folks down there have got super creative as they pay homage to some of music's most iconic album's including Madonna's True Blue, Enema of the State from Blink 182, The Clash's London Calling and David Bowie's Aladdin Sane!
We also see the guys recreate albums from Adele, Rag n Bone Man, Taylor Swift, Bruce Springsteen, MJ, Elvis and Queen!
It just goes to show that no matter your age, no matter your situation and no matter what's going on in the world, staying happy and having a laugh will always make things that little bit easier.