05:45AM, Monday 10 December 2012
Spritely pensioners got into the festive spirit with a turkey dinner and all the trimmings at a Christmas party organised by the Maidenhead Thames Rotary Club.
About 90 people pulled crackers and enjoyed Christmas pudding at the annual event held ay the Holiday Inn.
Wrapped gifts were handed out to guests by Santa Claus before Christmas carols were performed by singers from Rosie's Rainbow Fund.
The club then presented the charity with £250.
Club president Brendan McGrath said: "It has been another busy but successful year which has been enjoyed by everybody."
He thanked the Manor Lane hotel for their help and the Mayor of Windsor and Maidenhead Cllr Colin Rayner, who gave a speech at the event yesterday.
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