A MUSIC TV show finalist has put on a performance for residents and guests at a care village.

Jolan, who finished second in BBC One's The Voice 2016 series, sung a range of popular music tracks at Belong Atherton, which offers accommodation for residents who require nursing or personal care including people with dementia.

Jolan, 24, who is a regular visitor at the Mealhouse Lane care village where his grandmother Bet Ward lives, performed in the village’s Bistro.

Experience co-ordinator at Belong Atherton Gemma Willetts said: “We all had a wonderful time at Jolan’s concert and thoroughly enjoyed having a celebrity guest at the village.

"Music is always an extremely powerful way of bringing people together and it is particularly effective in engaging our customers with dementia.

"It was lovely to see residents and guests singing along to songs that they recognised.

“We would like to thank Jolan very much for performing at the village now that he has become such a big star and hope that he comes to visit us all again soon."