Paul created a slide show with 100 famous faces from 1940s onwards to show residents, who would then call out when they recognised a face.
At the end of the quiz a box of chocolates was shared around, which all the residents thoroughly enjoyed.
The care home’s open weekends include activities put on by a variety of local people for residents and their families to enjoy.
Tolson Grange is a residential care home for elderly people, which also specialises in services for older people who have dementia.
Paul said: “It is so important to go into care homes and help the residents change their day to day routines. The quiz was a great success and appeared to jog many of the residents’ memories which was lovely to see.
“I always try to help people where I can and hope to do something similar soon as I really enjoyed seeing them interact with the quiz.”