[Video: Ysgol Ffordd Dyffryn/Twitter]

LINE of Duty star Vicky McClure has offered her praise to a school choir after their "beautiful" singing at a memory cafe at Llandudno Hospital.

As part of Dementia Action Week, staff from Llandudno Hospital hosted a range of events to raise awareness about supporting people living with dementia.

Pupils from Ysgol Ffordd Dyffyn signed up to the Dementia Friends programme before paying a visit to the memory cafe. Songs by George Ezra, S Club 7, the Beatles and A Million Dreams from The Greatest Showman were sung to patients.

It was a performance on Twitter - of Elvis’ Can’t help falling in love with you - which was shared by Vicki, who plays Detective Inspector Kate Fleming in the BBC series.

Sharing Ysgol Ffordd Dyffyn’s video on the social platform, she posted the comment: “Absolutely lovely!!"

Rachel Richards and Amanda Lloyd, Dementia Support Workers at Llandudno Hospital, said: “We had a really successful week celebrating Dementia Action Week.

“One of the highlights for us was the wonderful performance from the pupils at Ysgol Ffordd Dyfryn. We went there to help try and teach children about dementia and help them understand more about the condition.

“Some of those children might experience caring for loved ones with dementia at some point in their lives, and we’re really keen to help young people understand what dementia is and how they can interact better with people who are living with the condition.

“The tweet from Vicky was the icing on the cake really – their singing really was wonderful and it’s great she took the time to congratulate them.”

Helen Goddard from Conwy Archive Services also attended the cafe with memory boxes.

Children looked through the boxes with patients and staff.

Vicky has been involved in a new documentary about the connection between dementia and music on BBC1. 

The two-part documentary shows the power of music and the importance of connections and the community for keeping well.